Nevada Department of Education State Report Card and Data Portal Parent/Stakeholder Engagement Survey
Thank you for participating in our parent and community consultation survey. This survey is designed not only to enhance and improve our data portal website and the state report card but also meets the compliance requirements of Every Student Succeeds Act’s (ESSA) “consultation with parents."
1. How did you learn about the Nevada Data Portal? Select all that apply.
2. Which of the following best describes your role when you visited the Nevada Data Portal? Select one:
3. What is your zip code of residence?
Your answer
4. How often do you visit the Nevada Data Portal?
5. What was your primary reason for visiting our Nevada Data Portal?
6. Which of the following are true?
7. Overall how satisfied are you with Nevada Data Portal?
8. Please rate the following attributes of the Nevada Data Portal.
Well Above Average
Above Average
Average
Below Average
Well Below Average
Layout/design of the website is engaging
Website is easy to navigate
Materials are easy to understand
9. How likely are you to recommend the Nevada Data Portal to a colleague or a friend?
10. The following categories of information describe the main components of the Nevada Data Portal. Rank them from 1 (most important) to 9 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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Demographics/Enrollments
Student outcomes (graduation, average daily attendance, student transiency, etc.)
Teacher quality
State assessment performance
Discipline/Safety
Meet state/federal education standards
Parental involvement
School finance
School ratings
11. The following categories of information describe the student outcomes. Rank order the following student outcomes from 1 (most important) to 9 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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On-time graduation
Performance on state assessments
CTE credentials
Dropout rates
Average daily attendance
Average class size
Student transiency
Student growth
School rating reports
12. The following categories of information describe the school teachers/staff. Rank order the components from 1 (most important) to 10 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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Student to teacher ratio
Core subjects not taught by highly qualified teachers
Average daily attendance of teachers
Percent of teachers providing instruction with a waiver
Percent of teachers providing instruction without an endorsement for the subject area
Paraprofessionals
Short and long term substitute teachers
Racial and gender characteristics of school staff
Percent of teachers by degree
Years of experience of teachers/staff
13. Rank order the following functions from 1 (most important) to 6 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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Ability to see changes in school/district/state data over time
Ability to compare multiple schools
Ability to compare a school to a district or the state
Ability to translate the information into another language
Ability to view the data/report/website on a mobile device
Ability to access more detailed data
14. What other functions would you like to see on the website?
Your answer
15. The following categories are related to student performance on state assessments. Rank order the categories from 1 (most important) to 6 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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School proficiency rates by grades by subject
Overall school proficiency rates by subject
Gaps in achievement by subgroup
Student achievement growth over time
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results
ACT composite scores by subjects
16. The following categories describe state and federal education information. Rank order them from 1 (most important) to 3 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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School ratings
School designations (Comprehensive Support, Targeted Support, Zoom, Victory, etc.)
School accountability history
17. The following categories of information describe students enrolled in the school/district/state. Rank order them from 1 (most important) to 5 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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Number of students at school/district/state
Average class size
Number of students by subgroups
Average daily attendance of students
Chronic absenteeism rate of students
18. The following categories of information describe the school safety and student discipline. Rank order them from 1 (most important) to 7 (least important) based on how important it is to you (please use the scroll bar at the bottom to scroll to the right).
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Number of discipline incidents by type
Number of bullying incidents reported
Number of cyber bullying incidents reported
Number of discipline incidents reported to law enforcement
Number of incidents of high school cheating in the classroom
Number of incidents of school code of honor violation
Number of students suspended or expelled by subgroup
19. Would you be interested in participating in a focus group to help improve the utility of the data portal over the course of the next year? Why?
Your answer
20. If your answer to Question 19 is Yes, please provide your contact information (e-mail and phone):
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