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UESF Parent & Community Survey
In February, San Francisco teachers and para-educators will enter contract negotiations with the San Francisco Unified School District. We want to ensure that our proposals to the district reflect the needs and wishes of our most important constituents: Our students and their families.
Please take a few minutes now to fill out this brief survey…
When you think about your child’s education, what are your most important concerns? (Please check no more than three of the choices below.)
Sufficient supplies, equipment, and technology
Smaller class sizes
Stability of staff
Clean and safe schools
Personalized instruction for your child
Less standardized testing
What programs or services would you most like to see in your child’s school? (Please check no more than three of the choices below.)
Support staff (e.g., para-educators, nurses, librarians)
More special education support in general education classrooms
More special education support for SOAR and SDC classrooms
Clearer restorative practices guidelines
Parent/teacher home visits
Resources and time dedicated to personalized education
Full service community schools (e.g., healthcare, counseling, etc.)
After school enrichment programs
More elective classes (art, music, etc.)
District support to develop home libraries
Should the SFUSD provide increased opportunities for families and community members to participate in school and District-wide activities and decision-making?
What does your child need to be successful in school?
What supports should the SFUSD provide to families to help ensure student success?
If you would like to stay informed, please provide us with your contact information below:
Thanks for taking our survey! Please feel free to forward it to other parents and school supporters. San Francisco teachers and para-educators are committed to ensuring stable, safe, and supportive schools for all of our students. For more information about UESF go to
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