SLZUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Survey
1. Your Information
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For parents with students in district schools, please complete the following four questions. Respondents who are not parents, skip questions 1a-1d and continue with Question #2.
1a. My student attends the follow school:
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1b. My student is in the following grade
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1.c My student is served in the following program/s
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1d. In an effort to assure that we have information from all groups in the district, please fill in the appropriate box below indicating your race or ethnicity
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2. STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT as measured by performance on standardized tests, English Learners reaching proficiency, and indicators of readiness for college and career.
In order to achieve more equitable and positive outcomes for all students, including under-served populations, for example, English Language Learners, low socioeconomic students, African American students, Latino/Hispanic students, foster youth, homeless students and students with disabilities...
What should the District start doing?
What should the district stop doing?
What should the District continue and build upon?
3. STUDENT PARTICIPATION as measured by school attendance, chronic absenteeism, dropout rates, D and F rates, high school graduation.
In order to achieve more equitable and positive outcomes for all students, including under-served populations, for example, English Language Learners, low socioeconomic students, African American students, Latino/Hispanic students, foster youth, homeless students and students with disabilities...
What should the District start doing?
What should the district stop doing?
What should the District continue and build upon?
4. BASIC SERVICES as measured by assignment of fully credentialed highly qualified teachers, access to appropriate texts and support materials. Schools are safe, well maintained and in good repair.
In order to achieve more equitable and positive outcomes for all students, including under-served populations, for example, English Language Learners, low socioeconomic students, African American students, Latino/Hispanic students, foster youth, homeless students and students with disabilities...
What should the District start doing?
What should the district stop doing?
What should the District continue and build upon?
5. PARENT INVOLVEMENT as measured by evidence of parent input, involvement in decision making and authentic participation.
In order to achieve more equitable and positive outcomes for all students, including under-served populations, for example, English Language Learners, low socioeconomic students, African American students, Latino/Hispanic students, foster youth, homeless students and students with disabilities...
What should the District start doing?
What should the district stop doing?
What should the District continue and build upon?
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