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The Kansas Communities That Care Survey. Process and Administration. Participation and Sign up. Every school district in the state is contacted with survey marketing materials. Registration packets are sent to every superintendent.

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the kansas communities that care survey

The Kansas Communities That Care Survey

Process and Administration

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participation and sign up
Participation and Sign up
  • Every school district in the state is contacted with survey marketing materials.
  • Registration packets are sent to every superintendent.
  • Brochures are sent to every principal and drug free school coordinator

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Participation and Sign up
  • Districts return signed registrations
  • Registrations are entered into database
  • Regional Preventions centers are updated on districts registered
    • Advanced users tools at www.ctcdata.org
  • Letters are sent to districts that don’t respond

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Participation and Sign up
  • The survey is given 6, 8, 10 and 12th graders annually in Kansas.
  • The survey is available to every district public and private in Kansas.
  • The survey is voluntary and free for districts and students

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Participation and Sign up
  • Survey administration dates
    • Schools can administer the survey from December through January
    • Schools should try to pick a week within those 2 months and try to administer the survey to all there students in that week
  • Districts that give the survey late

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Participation and Sign up
  • Kansas has been the leader for state wide survey administration.
  • Data is available for the last 10 years
  • 70,190 students participated in 2004
  • 222 school districts participated

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survey packets
Survey Packets
  • Surveys
  • Administration guidelines
  • County and region code listing
  • Building code listing
  • Sample parent letter
  • Envelopes the surveys are enclosed in when complete

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the survey document
The Survey Document
  • Districts have two survey documents available to them.
    • The comprehensive version is the standard survey that includes all questions
    • The condensed version has no family domain questions
  • Schools are encouraged to use the comprehensive version

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The Survey Document
  • The current comprehensive survey includes 126 questions.
  • The condensed version includes 101 questions

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The Survey Document
  • Questions are divided by domain
    • Demographics & School climate
    • Peer Influences
    • Drug/Alcohol usage
    • Community based perceptions
    • Family Domain

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The Survey Document
  • Student response validity checks
    • Answering that they have used phenoxydine
    • Unreasonable answers on the usage question.
    • Answering that they were not honest at all on the survey
  • Survey elimination

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survey administration
Survey Administration
  • Students should be allowed 1 full class period to complete the survey
  • Students can skip any question and should skip questions that don’t apply to them
  • The students remain anonymous
  • Its okay if students do not finish the survey

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Survey Administration
  • Students should remain at their desk until all students are finished or the class period is complete
  • At the end of the period a brown envelope is passed around at each student places their survey in the envelope

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scanning and cleaning
Scanning and Cleaning
  • Surveys are checked in, sorted and cut
  • Scanned by district
  • Cleaned by district
    • District
    • Building
    • Region
    • County

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Scanning and Cleaning
  • There are three strategies used to identify and eliminate students who provide responses of questionable authority
    • Student self honesty reporting
    • Fictitious drug questions
    • Students reportinglogically inconsistent patterns of substance use

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aggregated data
Aggregated Data
  • Data is aggregated to five levels
    • State
    • County
    • District
    • Building
    • Grade

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database management
Database Management
  • 10 years of data is available
  • Data is available in other formats by request
    • Different response
    • Aggregate specific county
    • Gender, ethnicity, age
  • School district level data is only given out with Superintendents authorization

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