COVID-19 CPS Progress Report: Remote Learning Parent Survey
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How is remote learning going? Raise Your Hand wants to gather parent feedback to create a citywide "progress report card" for Chicago Public Schools. Raise Your Hand is a parent advocacy organization that organizes parents around systemic issues in education (special education, school funding, facilities, local school councils).

This survey takes 5 minutes to complete and we are asking parents to complete it for each child. Your responses will help guide efforts to improve services and results for children and families during these unprecedented times and extended school closure through June 18, 2020, the end of the academic school year. Your responses are vital.

This survey is for parents of students enrolled in traditional, charter, contract schools receiving education services during the 2019-20 school year. If you prefer not to answer any question, you can skip it. As you answer these questions, please think about your family’s experience right now with remote learning.

All information provided will remain confidential. However, if you wish to be contacted, there is a section below to share your contact information for a follow-up.

If you have questions/comments, please reach to
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What grade is your child in?
What race/ethnicity would your child identify as?
What school does your child attend?
Has your family received the free breakfasts and lunches provided by CPS?
If you answered no and want CPS free meals; briefly explain why you haven't received them:
Your answer
Does your child have reliable access to a tablet, laptop, or computer?
What best describes your child’s typical internet access?
How concerned are you about your child’s social or emotional well-being during remote learning?
For how much of the day is your child participating in learning activities from their school?
In the past week, if you needed to talk to your child’s school, how often were you able to get in touch with staff?
I have received the support I need from my child’s school in how to help with schoolwork:
The remote learning resources provides me the updates and information I need to support my child’s learning:
My child’s school provides updates and communications on my child’s learning in a language I understand:
For families of a child with an IEP or 504, how much support are you receiving to help your child reach their goals and access their learning?
For families of a child who is an English Language Learner, how much support are you receiving to help your child reach their goals and access their learning?
How clear has the communication from your school been regarding remote learning?
Which of the following improvements would you most like to see your school make during remote learning?
Please check off statements that you support
What do you think CPS should do to help prepare students to return back to school next year?
Your answer
Please add additional comments to further clarify any of your responses above:
Your answer
Share any additional successes, comments and suggestions:
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