Proposed Update for the Self-Reflection Tool for Priority 6 (School Climate) - Stakeholder Input
Introduction and Instructions

California's new accountability system includes standards for local indicators to assist local educational agencies (LEAs) in measuring and reporting their progress. The CDE's School Conditions and Climate Work Group recommended revisions for the LCFF Priority 6 (School Climate) self-reflection tool that would better support LEAs with this work (https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/pn/im/documents/memo-ocd-oct17item01a1.pdf). The revisions provided below reflect the work group’s proposed three-part methodology for approaching school conditions and climate accountability and continuous improvement work: Data, Meaning, and Use. The intent is to support a practical approach to continuous improvement and accountability.

The proposed update to the self-reflection tool is presented below. Following the update, we invite you to provide feedback through a set of five brief questions.

Thank you in advance!

Proposed update to the Self-Reflection Tool
Updated Self-reflection Tool Language for Priority 6: LEAs will provide a narrative summary of the local administration and analysis of a local climate survey that captures a valid measure of student perceptions of school safety and connectedness in at least one grade within the grade span (e.g., K–5, 6– 8, 9–12) in a text box provided in the Dashboard. LEAs will have an opportunity to include differences among student groups, and for surveys that provide an overall score, report the overall score for all students and student groups. This summary may also include an analysis of a subset of specific items on a local survey that is particularly relevant to school conditions and climate. Please use the following guiding questions to help frame the narrative summary. (1)DATA: Reflect on the key learnings from the survey results and share what the LEA learned. (2)MEANING: What do the disaggregated results of the survey and other data collection methods, reveal about schools in the LEA, such as areas of strength or growth, challenges and barriers? (3)USE: What revisions, decisions, or actions has, or will, the LEA implement in response to the results for continuous improvement purposes? Why? If you have already implemented actions, did you see the results you were seeking?
1. This proposed update to the self-reflection tool assists school districts to better communicate what is occurring with school climate in their district. *
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2. This proposed update to the self-reflection tool helps parents, families, and community members better understand the climate of schools in their districts. *
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3. This proposed update to the self-reflection tool helps communicate decisions made and actions taken to address school climate issues in school districts. *
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4. Other comments (please provide your thoughts about what works well and what can be improved).
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5. What stakeholder group do you represent? *
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