Something to say about Seattle Public Schools? Survey ends soon

Seattle Public Schools‘ current five-year strategic plan “Excellence for All” expires this year, and the district is working on a new one. An online survey that’s part of the process is ending in a few days, and the district is asking feedback from everyone – “families, students, staff, and members of the community” included, according to a reminder recently sent. It’s a quick survey, the district promises, and it starts here. Find more background – and links to take the survey in more languages – here. This Wednesday (February 27th) is the deadline.

4 Replies to "Something to say about Seattle Public Schools? Survey ends soon"

  • Slider February 24, 2013 (1:42 pm)

    That was the vaguest survey I’ve ever taken. The results could be skewed any way they want.

  • Vague indeed February 24, 2013 (5:50 pm)

    Yes, vague pointless survey. Seems more about whether or not people actually had the attention span to read through those boring meandering pages than if anyone actually agreed/disagreed or had any input. I tried to answer the survey as I actually do try to keep up with SPS, but after answering “not sure” on everything, I just closed it and turned on the Oscars.

  • WS parent February 24, 2013 (8:30 pm)

    Totally agree. Very vague. I think what they will find is that most people will answer “not sure”. In the comment box, I wrote a long comment about how vague the survey was, and told them what I really wanted to say through the survey…

  • Cecelia February 24, 2013 (10:23 pm)

    I answered not sure on just about everything. I put in the comments something about not having enough information to evaluate their questions.

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