LINK Exit Survey
Thank you for participating in this exit survey for KEDC's Project LINK (Literacy Innovations for Neighborhoods in Kentucky). LINK was funded by the U.S. Department of Education under their Innovative Approaches to Literacy Program.

This survey is anonymous, so please give us honest feedback to better assist your needs.

If the question does not pertain to you or your area, you may skip it. Thank You!

Which option best describes who you are? - [question is only for data comparison]
Please tell us your school district - [question is only for data needs] *
LINK GOALS
Please indicate if you Strongly Agree (4), Agree (3), Disagree (2), or Strongly Disagree (1) on the scales below.
GOAL 1
To develop and implement a Literacy Plan within districts that makes provisions for literacy at all age/grade levels.
LINK professional development (at my school, local universities, and/or during the summer LINK conference) had a positive impact on literacy instruction in my school.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
National Literacy Project (NLP) school visits, professional development, and/or virtual meetings had a positive impact on the creation and implementation of our school’s literacy action plan.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Southern Regional Educational Board (SREB) consultant school visits, professional development, and/or virtual meetings had a positive impact on the creation and implementation of our school’s literacy action plan and/or with instruction design.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
GOAL 2
To improve school readiness and success from birth through grade 12 in the areas of language and literacy development.
LINK had a positive impact on the quality of our school-to-community outreach and programming. For example: after-school events, teacher-to-family communication, at-home literacy activities, and summer events.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
LINK had a positive impact on assisting our families in preparing preschoolers for kindergarten.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
LINK had a positive impact on the ongoing collection of data to inform classroom literacy instruction. For example: data walks, the analysis of student work, and the analysis of student test scores.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
GOAL 3
To implement a data-based decision-making process to collect and analyze high-quality data in a timely manner and use it to impact RTI (Response to Intervention).
LINK had a positive impact on our school’s RTI program, specifically the analysis of student data, materials and instruction during interventions, and how we grouped our students.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
LINK had a positive impact on the creation of “at-home family libraries” so that all children have equitable access to quality children’s literature in their homes.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
GOAL 4
To implement high-quality school library, parent and community projects that increase access to a wide range of literacy resources (print and electronic) and provide learning-opportunities to students.
LINK professional development had a positive impact on our librarian’s (school or district) ability to implement high-quality school library projects.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
LINK had a positive impact on digital access to literacy tools among our students. For example: e-books, online literacy programs to assess and/or instruct, access to digital media, access to digital instructional devices.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Closing Comments
Please provide us with feedback on how LINK assisted your school.
1. In what areas did LINK result in the greatest positive impact on literacy in your school and/or community? You may elaborate on the areas listed above or describe areas that were not listed.
Your answer
2. In what areas did LINK result in the greatest positive impact on your style of teaching?
Your answer
3. In what areas could LINK have provided greater support that would have resulted in a positive impact to literacy in your school and community?
Your answer
How can KEDC assist?
4. In what areas can KEDC provide support that will have a positive impact to students, teachers, your school, or your community?
Your answer
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