Survey: Strategies for Improving NM Public Education
INTRODUCTION. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. The Center for the Education and Study of Diverse Populations (CESDP) is working with the Center for Positive Practices (CPP) to review a list of court-ordered requirements from the 2018 Yazzie-Martinez New Mexico State District Court ruling.
To begin answering the survey questions, click on the NEXT button at the bottom of this page and continue through Sections 2 and 3.
DEFINITIONS. The court ruling describes children who are placed-at-risk for failure in education as those from economically disadvantaged homes and Native American communities, are English Language Learners (ELLs), and/or are students with disabilities (SWD).
As part of its plan to comply with the court order, the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) also plans to oversee "implementation of a culturally and linguistically responsive (CLR) framework for every school" (Bobroff, K. 2019, p.4). "CLR frameworks" sound complicated, but they mostly just advise educators on the best ways to take advantage of children's home cultures and languages as building blocks for improving the teaching-learning process, as well as for helping students to develop a large set of intellectual, emotional, and social skills.
INSTRUCTIONS. There are three sections in this survey. Section 1 is the informational page you're presently reading. In Section 2, we ask for confidential demographic information about you so that we can see if there are differences between groups. In Section 3, we ask you to tell us what you think about the value and status of a list of educational strategies.
CONSENT. This survey is confidential, your name is not requested, and you will NOT be individually named in any reports. If you are uncomfortable answering any question, please leave it blank. Only CPP and the CESDP will have access to the raw data. By continuing, you agree to have your responses included in this process.
Make sure to click the 'NEXT' button at the bottom of the page of each Section. Tip: You can expand the viewing size of the survey by simply choosing View -> Zoom in the menu on your browser.
Photo: New Mexico children, (by L. Cunningham, 1917, public domain).
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