Leland School Improvement Survey
As we work to continuously improve our school, we really need your feedback!
These questions are based on the Illinois State Board of Education's Quality Framework.
Your responses will give direction to developing and achieving our school improvement goals.
Name and email responses are optional, but please provide the information if you are willing to be contacted to participate in future school improvement efforts.
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What is your role? *
Standard I - Continuous Improvement
In successful districts and schools, there is a collective commitment to collaboratively identify, plan, implement, monitor, evaluate, and communicate the changes necessary to continuously improve student learning for all students.
Direction: Do district leaders take a collaborative approach to improve the schools and student performance? *
Process: Do district leaders create professional relationships to encourage everyone to engage in opportunities to improve the school? *
Evaluation: Do district leaders evaluate school improvement efforts and effectively share that information with you? *
Standard II - Culture and Climate
In order to ensure desired results of improved teaching and learning, successful districts and schools must cultivate safe and stabilized learning environments.
Shared Vision and Goals: How well has the district developed vision and goals that support a learning environment that is physically, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally safe? *
High Expectations: How would you rate the district culture as one that supports effective instruction to meet the needs of the whole child and promote the celebration of the school and student? *
Safe and Engaging Environment: Does the district support the whole child and well-being of all students and personnel, with a climate that is engaging and creates an inclusive learning community? *
Standard III - Shared Leadership
In successful schools, leaders create and sustain organizational direction, expectations, and a system that promotes excellence, efficiency, and leadership from within.
Administrative Leadership: How well do the administrators actively model and foster a positive learning environment in which staff members feel valued, engaged, and challenged to grow professionally? *
District and School Level Teams: Does the staff collaborate to continuously collect, analyze, and apply student learning data from a variety of sources to examine student learning, instruction, and evaluate programs? *
Teacher Leadership: Do the teachers actively model and foster a positive school environment in which all staff and students feel valued and are challenged to be engaged and grow? *
Student Leadership: Do the students have the opportunity, and do they actively participate in leadership opportunities that develop self-direction and a sense of responsibility for improving self, school, and community? *
Standard IV - Management and Operations
In successful schools, efficient and effective policies and administrative procedures assure that personnel, financial resources, and data/technology systems promote and support student performance and school effectiveness.
Personnel: Does the district follow effective practices to recruit, evaluate, and sustain highly qualified personnel? *
Resource Distribution: How well does the district effectively use financial resources to ensure the achievement of all learners; including effectively assigned qualified staff, environment and facility space that is conducive to learning, quality technology, and instructional materials? *
Data Collection: How well do school leaders work together to monitor and evaluate data that effectively measures academic achievement, physical, social emotional, behavioral and other student outcomes for all of its diverse learners? *
Standard V - Educator and Employee Quality
In successful schools, all personnel participate in self-reflection, collaboration, and evaluation that leads to professional growth and development in order to create and maintain a high-quality learning community.
Professional Development: All educators engage in continuous learning opportunities for professional growth to improve classroom practices to meet student academic, physical, social, emotional, and diverse needs. *
Professional Collaboration: Educators collaborate to improve the learning environment by studying data, analyzing problems, and implementing strategies to improve services. *
Support Personnel: Support staff engage in learning opportunities for professional growth and to improve performance *
Evaluation and Support: All school personnel participate in an evaluation process that provides for communication, self-reflection, and information to grow professionally. *
Standard VI - Family and Community Engagement
In successful schools, everyone has the opportunity to develop and implement parent involvement practices to have ongoing communication about student physical, social, emotional, and academic growth.
School to Home Connection: School personnel and parents engage in regular communication to provide support and guidance between home and school for all aspects of student learning. *
Student Personal Development: The school uses resources to provide a coordinated system of support for the needs of students. *
Student Advocates: There is regular communication with parents to inform and encourage participation in opportunities and agencies that will help student development and success. *
Standard VII - Student and Learning Development
In successful schools, curriculum, instruction, and assessment are monitored and adjusted in response to data from multiple assessments of student learning, an examination of professional practice, and analysis of learning conditions to continuously improve student growth.
Instructional Planning: Is the school curriculum and instruction aligned with learning standards and supported by appropriate resources, funds, collaboration and professional development? *
Classroom Environment: Is there an environment that engages all students by using effective, varied, and research-based practices to meet their academic and social-emotional needs, and to empower students to share responsibility for their learning *
Delivery of Instruction: Teachers effectively use instruction and assessment strategies that are informed by research, continuously monitor effectiveness of instruction, and adjust to the needs of the student. *
Please indicate the grade levels on which your experience(s) for feedback was based *
Thank you so much for taking the time to provide your feedback! Please use the space below to provide any additional comments you believe will help us examine the effectiveness of our school and plan for improvements.
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