Latino student outcomes survey
Hello Latino educators,

The Idaho Statesman and Idaho Education News are teaming up to explore the state of education for Idaho's Latino students -- and we need your help.

https://www.idahostatesman.com/news/local/education/article233731147.html

Reporters Nicole Foy and Sami Edge want to hear your ideas about what challenges Latino students face in Idaho, and how the state's education system can help these students succeed. Your experiences as Latino educators in Idaho can lend a unique perspective to these questions. We would love your feedback.

This survey is designed to help Nicole and Sami understand the education landscape. Your responses will remain confidential, unless you give reporters permission to use them publicly. If we'd like to conduct a follow-up interview, we will reach out to you using the contact information you provide below.

If you have questions or concerns, or want to talk to us in person, please reach out to nfoy@idahostatesman.com or sedge@idahoednews.org.

Thank you for your time.
Email address *
What is your name?
Your answer
Where do you teach?
Your answer
What is your phone number? *
Your answer
Where did you grow up? *
Your answer
Where did you attend high school? *
Your answer
Where did you go to college? *
Your answer
Does your school expect Latino students will perform as well as their peers? *
Please explain your answer above.
Your answer
Do you feel supported by administration as a Latino educator? *
Please explain your answer above
Your answer
Have you ever felt discriminated against in a school setting? *
Please explain your answer above
Your answer
What resources or opportunities help Latino students succeed? *
Your answer
What challenges hold Latino students back from success in school? *
Your answer
What questions should reporters ask Latino parents about their children's education?
Your answer
Is there anything else you'd like to share?
Your answer
Do you want us to keep your answers anonymous? (Checking yes means we will use your answers for data collection only and only quote short answers in a way that conceals your identity. Ex: A teacher in the Magic Valley said it is "difficult to convince her superiors to take her ideas seriously in group discussions." Checking no means we can quote any of your answers like an on-the-record interview. If you have specific restrictions or stipulations, please explain in "other"). *
Do you want to receive email updates about this project? *
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