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What high school do you go to?
What grade are you in?
What gender do you identify with?
If you wish, please specify your ethnicity.
What kind of classes are you in? Select all that apply
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [Motivation level of students]
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [Quality of teachers]
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [Difficulty of material]
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [How interesting the classes are]
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [How much students learn from the class]
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [Overall value of class]
Please rate the following elements of the classes that you are in [Quality of supplies used in class (for example, textbooks, lab equipment, etc,)]
Do you feel there is a difference in the students in your classes versus the students in other types of classes in terms of capabilities?
Do you feel there is a difference in the students in your classes versus the students in other types of classes in terms of demographics?
Please explain your answers to the above two questions about differences in the students in your classes versus the students in other types of classes
Do you feel that higher level classes (such as AP, IB, Honors, Running Start, etc) are accessible to all?
Please explain your answer to the previous question.
Do you have any additional comments about the topics discussed here?
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6/1/2018 9:25:07Ingraham High School11thMaleAsian or Pacific IslanderGeneral EducationExtremely HighExtremely HighModerately HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighMaybeMaybe
I think there is kind of difference in our classes because there are people that are form difference racist, financial, etc and they have difference opinion on the schools.
Yes
I think it's accessible for all the kids to have right to take Honors, RS, AP, IB, etc for every kids if they want to have an experience for there future education.
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6/1/2018 0:19:20Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighExtremely HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowMaybeYes
In the IB classes, students tend to be mostly Caucasian/white while general education classes are more diverse. People in my IB classes seem to always be under stress and tired which impacts social and home life as well as grades while people in my general ed classes don't seem to be as effected by academic pressures.
Maybe
You have to know about it to do it, first of all, and in addition to being aware of it, you also have to have people (adults/staff) to help you with enrolling and applying and seeking the best fit for you. Some people might feel like they don't have immediate access to that kind of help or have anyone they trust to help them.
nope
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6/7/2018 12:22:59
Chief Sealth High School
12thFemale
White or Caucasian, Hispanic or Latino
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
NeutralExtremely HighModerately HighExtremely HighModerately HighModerately HighExtremely HighMaybeYes
There’s less diversity in I.B. Classes
No
Not all students know about AP or IB classes and most students give up
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5/31/2018 21:34:49Ingraham High School11thFemaleAsian or Pacific Islander
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB), Running Start
Moderately HighExtremely HighModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeYes
I think that at a very young age there is no significant difference in learning capabilites. However now that we’re in high shool, the opportunity gap has already been created and I definitely think not only has this created an inequality in the level of education that people have recieved, but unfortunately this also leads to an inequality in demographics as well. I think that Ingraham does a great job specifically providing equal opportunities in education which I’m really happy about, EXCEPT the ibx program definitely is a major example of the opportunity gap present. Kids test into HCC as early as Kindergarden, and some definitely haven’t lived up to these “highly capable” standards anymore, because they are either burned out, or they were never correctly represented in the first place. Additionally you can pay private institutions to diagnose your kid are highly capable by surpassing the public school test, and this is only a commodity that people who are well-versed in the education system really know about because they advocate so much for their kid.
Maybe
I think that these classes are eventually accesible to all during high school years no matter what kind of educational background that you have.
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6/4/2018 19:40:58Ingraham High School10thMale
Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
Moderately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately LowModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowMaybeNoNo
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6/2/2018 23:43:32Garfield High School9thFemaleMultiracial
Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, HCC
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeYes
I cannot attest to the differences in capabilities because everything is relative. Academic capabilities are honed through practice and certain privileges allotted, and if differences in those capabilities arise, it may be due to certain advantages given to some students over others.
At Garfield, I have noticed a difference in demographics across the academic tracks (mostly white and Asian students in AP classes).
No
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6/4/2018 22:10:12Cleveland High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, HCC
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately LowMaybeYes
I think that there are less minority (ethnic and economic backgrounds particularly) students in advanced placement classes.
Maybe
I don’t have the authority to say, as a white student, whether or not I have experienced inaccessibility regarding my access to higher level classes, but I feel like the general trend in class demographics suggests that there is some flaw in the system regarding access to POC / underprivileged students.
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5/31/2018 14:04:21Ballard High School12thMaleWhite or CaucasianGeneral EducationModerately LowModerately HighModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighMaybeYesYes
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6/5/2018 10:08:02
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeMaybeMaybe
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6/5/2018 12:47:23
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleWhite or CaucasianGeneral EducationNeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighMaybeMaybeYes
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6/5/2018 12:49:52
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybeacknowledgedYesall u 9otta do is tryno senor
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6/5/2018 12:50:47
Chief Sealth High School
9thBigender
White or Caucasian, Hispanic or Latino
General EducationNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeMaybe
I don't really pay attention to drama, so I'm not really sure about this stuff
Yes
It's not super hard to get to Honors, some teachers you can ask to join Honors, others you need to prove that you get get into honors
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6/5/2018 12:53:01
Chief Sealth High School
9thMale
White or Caucasian, Hispanic or Latino
General EducationNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybei dont knowMaybei dont carenope
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6/5/2018 14:51:04
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleAsian or Pacific IslanderGeneral EducationNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighMaybeMaybeYes
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6/5/2018 14:56:21
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleGeneral EducationNeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybeIt's kind of mixedYes
It's there and available however some people aren't fitted for those classes because they are not committed.
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6/7/2018 12:08:09Ingraham High School9thFemaleWhite or CaucasianGeneral EducationExtremely LowModerately HighExtremely LowExtremely LowModerately LowExtremely LowNeutralMaybeMaybeNot really sureYes
I would be able to take them
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6/7/2018 12:09:30Ingraham High School9thMale
Black or African American
General EducationModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowModerately LowModerately HighExtremely HighExtremely LowMaybeNo
I feel there is a difference because students in other classes may have a teacher that is either more engaged or not engaged or students that are engaged or not and I don’t think there is a difference because I think that the demographics are evenly spread out through classes
Yes
Everyone is given a chance to higher classes I just think that the teachers aren’t convincing the ones that or at least not talking to the ones that aren’t even thinking about it
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6/8/2018 9:02:46Ingraham High School10thMaleAsian or Pacific IslanderGeneral EducationModerately LowModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighExtremely HighMaybeNoYes
I think it is opened to everyone who wants to learn and do their best.
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6/8/2018 10:11:33Ingraham High School10thFemaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralExtremely HighMaybeYesI don’t knowYes
They would have more opportunities for them than I guess kids who don’t do IB or AP curriculums
No
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5/31/2018 21:52:12Roosevelt High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately LowMaybeYes
Most of the people in regular classes also take at least some AP classes so I don't think there's a big difference in capability. RHS is overall pretty white/privileged so I don't think there's a huge difference between regular and AP classes, but there is some.
Maybe
I think the counselors and teachers try to encourage everyone to take higher level classes, but there are still some noticeable demographic differences that are obviously a result of something.
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5/31/2018 22:42:40Roosevelt High School12thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP)
NeutralModerately HighModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowMaybeYesYes
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6/1/2018 0:01:04Garfield High School12thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, Running Start
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately LowModerately LowExtremely LowNeutralModerately LowMaybeYes
AP classes are much less diverse than gen ed, and Running start classes are the most diverse. People are most motivated in running start and the takeaway is higher, but the classes aren’t as difficult as AP classes.
No
AP classes and Running start both cost money and with RS you also have to buy textbooks and do transportations. AP classes are often inaccessible in a less tangible way, more on a social level.
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6/4/2018 18:01:16Garfield High School12thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP), Honors, Running Start
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately LowModerately LowExtremely LowNeutralModerately LowMaybeYes
AP classes are much less diverse than gen ed, and Running start classes are the most diverse. People are most motivated in running start and the takeaway is higher, but the classes aren’t as difficult as AP classes.
No
AP classes and Running start both cost money and with RS you also have to buy textbooks and do transportations. AP classes are often inaccessible in a less tangible way, more on a social level.
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5/31/2018 16:21:45Ballard High School9thMaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Honors
NeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately LowModerately HighMaybeMaybeYes
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5/31/2018 14:19:59Ingraham High School11thMaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Honors
NeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralExtremely LowMaybeMaybeNo
It can be hard for some students to make it to a college campus for running start and then come back to Ingraham in the afternoon if they can’t afford the bus, don’t have a car, e.t.c
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6/5/2018 10:10:24
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleAsian or Pacific Islander
General Education, Honors
NeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralExtremely HighMaybeMaybe
Some kids are more motivated than others, but I feel like everyone is capable of doing what they should do to be successful. Next, some genders and ethnicities are more “recognized” in some other classes maybe because of their popularity?
Maybe
Our school provides all of the above except AP, but there are some requirements that do exist (that some people can’t meet).
No.
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6/5/2018 10:49:06Ingraham High School10thFemaleHispanic or Latino
General Education, Honors
NeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybe
I haven't really noticed if there is a big difference in either demographics or capabilities but there probably is
Yes
There might be people who could struggle with IB/AP/etc but I think it seems like it is available to everyone
n/a
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6/5/2018 14:54:11
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Honors
Moderately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybe
Some students try harder in certain classes than other students.
Yes
Lots of announcements throughout the building.
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6/7/2018 12:58:19Ingraham High School9thFemaleHispanic or Latino
General Education, Honors
NeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeNoYesIdkNo
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6/7/2018 18:08:12Ingraham High School10thFemaleHispanic or Latino
General Education, Honors
Moderately LowModerately HighNeutralModerately LowModerately LowModerately HighNeutralMaybeYesMaybe
I feel like classes like IB/AP and running start are really strict on their schedules and that's a reason why many people don't do it, like myself. I think if the curriculums were more flexible that it'd be more accessible.
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6/8/2018 10:05:06Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Honors
Moderately LowModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybeMaybe
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5/31/2018 22:39:24Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighNeutralMaybeYes
I think there are certainly differences in the amount of practice of certain academic skills between IB and non-IB students that leads to a difference in various students' ability to succeed in these classes, but I don't believe IB kids are any smarter than kids in other classes. They just have more practice, and generally more access to resources. Anyone who's a part of the IB program at Ingraham knows the program's demographics are much whiter than those at Ingraham as a whole. It's a major problem.
Maybe
These classes all build off of one another. You learn the kinds of skills used in IB and AP classes from taking honors or other advanced classes beforehand. Even though anyone can technically sign up for AP/IB I think it can feel inaccessible if you haven't previously been placed on an "advanced / higher level" academic track.
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6/5/2018 10:47:42Ingraham High School10thMaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
Moderately LowModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeYesYes
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6/5/2018 10:50:27Ingraham High School10thFemale
White or Caucasian, Asian or Pacific Islander
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
Moderately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralMaybeYes
I think there tends to be a racial and income gap when it comes to gen ed and higher level classes
No
For a lot of higher level classes, if you don’t have previous access to them in middle school or even elementary school, it’s hard to get into them by the time you’re in high school.
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6/5/2018 10:10:15
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB), Honors
NeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately LowMaybeNo
Idk
it's probably nothing, not very noticeable if there is a difference
MaybeIt's hard, kinda.I am Groot.
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5/31/2018 13:45:33Ingraham High School12thMale
White or Caucasian, Asian or Pacific Islander
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB), Running Start
NeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
I think overall quality of student in IB is higher, but being in IB does not mean you are smarter. IB is whiter and more Asian
Maybe
Well to do families hold greater representation. On face value, yes. Systematically, maybe
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5/31/2018 16:01:33Ingraham High School9thMaleMixedHonorsNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
There are some differences in demographics but not in capabilities
Maybe
They are accessible despite being white dominated
No
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6/5/2018 11:26:27
Nathan Hale High School
11thMaleWhite or CaucasianHonorsNeutralModerately HighModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately LowMaybeMaybeYesSmart people can take
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6/5/2018 12:49:43
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleWhite or CaucasianHonorsModerately LowModerately HighModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybe
I think that some students car about learning more than others but everyone has the same capabilities.
Yes
I think anyone can do those classes if they chose, but many people don’t want to because they feel they aren’t smart enough or they just don’t want to do the work.
I think this has nothing to do with ability, race, or gender, everyone can be in whatever program they want to if they chose it. Just some people are more motivated than others.
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6/5/2018 14:51:37
Chief Sealth High School
9thSwagmonster69White or CaucasianHonorsModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeNoMehYes
Because our school provides it and pushes it
No
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6/5/2018 14:57:22Ingraham High School10thMaleHonorsModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowModerately LowNeutralNeutralModerately HighMaybeYes
The classes I am in have very little diversity, and are almost completely white.
Maybe
While the classes are mostly accessible, I do know that the IB tests are very expensive, and not everybody can afford these
Nope
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6/5/2018 15:02:58Ingraham High School10thMaleWhite or CaucasianHonorsModerately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately LowModerately LowModerately HighExtremely HighMaybeNo
Academic ability seems variable between classes
Yes
You can pick any class at any time. Doesn’t mean you’ll succeed at it, but there’s still the chance.
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6/5/2018 10:53:52Ingraham High School10thMaleWhite or CaucasianHonors, HCCModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybe
Some students who were in higher level programs in middle school have an advantage to get in to higher level classes in high school
Yes
If you are smart and work hard
Not really
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5/31/2018 12:28:20Ingraham High School12thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
The large majority of students in my classes are white
No
Given that the demographics of my IB classes aren't representative of Ingraham as a whole I think that there is likely an accessibility issue.
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5/31/2018 13:05:18Ingraham High School12thMale
White or Caucasian, Asian or Pacific Islander
International Baccalaureate (IB)
NeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeMaybeYes
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5/31/2018 13:33:30Ingraham High School12thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighExtremely HighModerately HighExtremely HighNeutralMaybeYes
Having taken some Gen Ed classes, I know that there is an extreme difference in demographics between those classes and the IB classes I am taking now. However, though those classes are usually much easier and slower, I don’t think that means that the students are necessarily less capable.
No
I think that IB is often treated as such a special and rigorous program that students who haven’t necessarily taken many advanced classes may not feel welcome, even if they are capable of doing the program.
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5/31/2018 14:39:51Ingraham High School11thMaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Extremely HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYesMaybe
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5/31/2018 21:54:07Ingraham High School11thMaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowMaybeYes
I’m in full IB and all my classes are primarily white and Asian. I wouldn’t say other demographics are less capable, but they don’t seem to apply themselves to the IB program as much
Yes
Yes they’re accessible. Obviously anyone can take the classes. The question is moreso of time that families expect their kids to put in at school vs at home, at work, etc. minorities are often times more inclined to put bread on the table than do homework after school just because they may be financially insufficient
Idk dog I don’t want to offend anyone too much by this
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5/31/2018 22:56:47Ingraham High School11thMaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
Although abilities vary from person to person, there are an alarmingly low number of students of color in my IB classes
Yes
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6/1/2018 16:19:12Ingraham High School11thgenderfluid
White or Caucasian, South Asian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowModerately HighNeutralModerately HighMaybeYesMaybe
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6/2/2018 10:28:29Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeYes
I think that students in IB classes tend to have a harder work ethic, but aren't necessarily less capable. In IB classes, there also tends to be less diversity, and mostly whites.
Maybe
I feel like IB and AP classes are available to all, but many may feel that they can't take them because they aren't smart enough. I feel like running start classes aren't necessarily available to everyone, because a huge part is transportation, and some people might have a hard time transporting there.
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5/31/2018 11:47:03Ingraham High School12thMaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
Moderately HighModerately HighExtremely HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately LowMaybeNoNo
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5/31/2018 12:08:55Ingraham High School12thFemaleHispanic or Latino
International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
Moderately LowModerately HighExtremely HighModerately HighNeutralModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
I think everyone is capable of the same regardless of the type of classes they take. Those who are in IB/AP/Running Start may just be more used to rigorous course work. There is a significant difference in my IB/AP classes. I have had classes where I was the only poc or one of two/three.
No
Students in gen ed classes aren't informed the same amount students in honors are
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5/31/2018 12:47:02Ingraham High School12thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
There is very little diversity in my classes, I believe some people not my classes aren't in them because it's too challenging but I also believe some people aren't in them because they weren't given the option.
No
Because there is such little diversity I assume it's because people haven't been given the same opportunities.
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5/31/2018 13:34:57Ingraham High School12thFemale
White or Caucasian, Asian or Pacific Islander
International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
Extremely HighModerately HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighNeutralMaybeYes
I believe that in general the people in my classes are more motivated and push themselves further but that there might not be as great of a divide if they were in the same classes. There are definitely demographically differences though
Yes
I think there are ways to get around issues that might cause someone to not pursue a type of class. This, however, is not always enough to make people do it.
Nope but I want to say that I love Hayden Gizinski
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5/31/2018 16:08:05Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP)
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
IB kids are considered smarter, and IB is a fairly white cohort
Yes
Anyone can participate in IB, just depends on drive
N/A
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5/31/2018 21:22:13Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB), Honors
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYes
There are much fewer people of color in IB and honors classes.
Maybe
Financial aid is easy to get for IB tests. In terms of internet access, there may be students with inadequate technology to excel in the course.
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5/31/2018 19:17:00Ingraham High School12thMaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB), Running Start
Moderately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighExtremely HighNeutralMaybeYesNo
60
6/7/2018 10:26:16
Chief Sealth High School
9thMale
Black or African American
Running StartModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighMaybeYes
I feel like they have more programs for different careers a person want
No
For some reason people cant do running and i don't know why
No
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6/5/2018 10:10:36
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralModerately LowExtremely LowNeutralModerately LowExtremely LowMaybeMaybeYes
Everybody has the option
Take this serious I didn’t give a low scores because I hate school like everybody the classes and teachers are very bad at this school
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6/8/2018 9:03:13Ingraham High School10thMaleAsian or Pacific IslanderGeneral EducationNeutralModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybe
Its just like we just sperate from smarter people
Maybe
As I said we sperate from smarter people
No
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6/5/2018 14:55:37
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Honors
NeutralModerately LowNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately LowNeutralMaybeMaybe
They all act the same and don’t care much
No
You have to work very hard to get into the class and pass and no one tells you what classes to take so you can get in the class.
Alot of the teacher don’t really care or connect with the students or try to work with them. Alot of teachers also don’t give any guidience to the students and rely on them to know everything. There are also only two honors classes out of all of my 6 classes and students aren’t very pushed to do them or are told about them.
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6/5/2018 19:30:27
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Honors
Moderately LowModerately LowModerately LowExtremely LowModerately LowModerately LowNeutralMaybeYes
different levels of motivation in both students and teachers
Maybe
running start you have to get there and IB you gotta pay. for some people that could be hard
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6/7/2018 18:37:46
Chief Sealth High School
11thMale
Black or African American
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB)
NeutralModerately LowNeutralExtremely LowModerately LowExtremely LowModerately LowMaybeMaybe
I didn’t quiet understand those two questions
Maybe
They are accessible to all, but the way teachers Present IB to some students gives off the impression that it’s too Hard for them (in my opinion based off of if they are a minority or not). Teachers make students feel like they shouldn’t reach for the maximum level of success which is why grades Suffer. Teachers would rather sit and tell you it’s ok to have a C or B- than help them try to achieve an A+.
No I do not.
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5/31/2018 12:41:04Ingraham High School9thFemaleWhite or CaucasianHonorsModerately HighModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowModerately HighNeutralExtremely LowMaybeYes
There’s a mix of abilities but my classes are not diverse and have almost no people of color.
No
People get set on a track as early as 1st grade that lead them to either do higher level classes or not and it’s difficult to break away from this.
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6/5/2018 10:45:11Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or CaucasianHonorsNeutralModerately LowModerately HighNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighMaybeYes
I think students in non honors are just as capable
Maybe
They are accessible however they are discerned by society
No
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6/1/2018 10:42:08Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately LowModerately LowNeutralModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowMaybeYesYes
Everyone can sign up for them if they have the prereqs, but not everyone's on the pathway
I've had good and bad learning experiences in every program
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5/31/2018 15:44:38Ingraham High School10thFemale
White or Caucasian, Asian or Pacific Islander
International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
NeutralModerately LowModerately LowModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeYes
Advanced classes have more privileged, higher class/income, and typically whiter kids. I think in terms of capabilities the difference is much less, it’s just wherever the kids are placed. There’s definitely kids in my classes that shouldn’t be in them based on skill level, they just have privilege.
No
They’re more expense, and they’re geared towards kids that have families that can help and support them.
70
6/5/2018 15:04:24Ingraham High School10thMaleWhite or Caucasian
Advanced Placement (AP)
NeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately LowNeutralModerately HighMaybeYes
I’m not sure about capabilities but I know that the IB/AP classes are predominantly white people
Maybe
I don’t know. It was accessible to me but I don’t know other people so situations
71
5/31/2018 14:56:55Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
Moderately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeYes
There is less diversity in my classes-more white kids than anyone else
Maybe
Because of the amount of segregation in classes, I don't believe it is fair.
This is an important topic that people should discuss more often and work on solving.
72
5/31/2018 17:54:25Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
Moderately HighNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately LowNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybe
Honestly I don't really know how to compare students in my classes to students in classes that I'm not in. I mean, in my honors classes, I definitely feel that there is a variety of capabilities within the class itself, but that might also just stem from different levels of motivation.
Maybe
I guess it depends on background. Like if you didn't go to a middle school that offered advanced courses, it might be more difficult to do well in one of these classes in high school.
Nope
73
6/1/2018 9:04:19Ingraham High School12thFemale
Black or African American
General EducationNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybeNo
74
6/1/2018 9:05:41Ingraham High School11thMaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybe
there could be a possibility about those two
No
Like for running start you gotta have a good grate in the ASAT
no
75
6/1/2018 9:28:24Ingraham High School11thMaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeNoMaybe
because most students who think that need more help do higher level classes
no
76
6/5/2018 12:51:44
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybe
Some behave, some don’t, some are noisy, some are quiet, some get along, some don’t get along. Something like that I don’t know.
Yes
I’m pretty sure it is acessible? As it is optional or something. I think.
No.
77
6/5/2018 14:51:38
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleWhite or CaucasianGeneral EducationNeutralNeutralNeutralExtremely LowNeutralModerately LowModerately HighMaybeMaybe? NoYesYes
78
6/8/2018 9:35:17
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleHispanic or Latino
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP)
NeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybeNo
79
5/31/2018 13:10:50Ballard High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
NeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralNeutral
Moderately High, Neutral
Neutral, Moderately Low
MaybeYes
More white kids in AP/ honors. Capabilities vary
Maybe
Paying for ap tests, certain demographics told they're not smart enough
No
80
6/5/2018 9:54:07Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, Advanced Placement (AP), Honors
NeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralExtremely HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybe
I don’t know for sure because I can’t say what other people are capable of, so I’m sure it’s possible for them to take the same classes as me. As for demographics, I don’t really know. It seems like general education classes are more diverse though.
Yes
I mean it’s technically accessible but I understand that for some people it’s harder to be in these types of programs. For example I’m not doing running start because I wouldn’t have easy transportation.
81
6/5/2018 10:10:53
Chief Sealth High School
9thMaleAsian or Pacific Islander
General Education, Honors
NeutralNeutralNeutralExtremely LowModerately LowNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybeidkYes
all students have equal chances to do higher level classes
the classes are really boring and we’re probably not gonna use the things we learn in the real world. Also some of the teachers here aren’t very good teachers
82
6/5/2018 14:54:18
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemale
Black or African American
General Education, Honors
NeutralNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately LowNeutralNeutralMaybeNo
I feel like they are easier
Maybe
Some people don’t know about it as much
83
6/5/2018 15:02:37Ingraham High School10thFemaleHispanic or Latino
General Education, Honors
NeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybe
I don’t really pay attention to others learning
Maybe
Im unsure of what requirements are need for Rhodes types of classes.
84
6/7/2018 9:40:57Ingraham High School10thMaleKorean irish
General Education, Honors
NeutralNeutralNeutralModerately LowNeutralNeutralNeutralMaybeMaybe
In the harder classes the people are smarter
Yes
I could do them if I feel that I want to
85
6/7/2018 13:04:08Ingraham High School9thFemaleAsian or Pacific Islander
General Education, Honors
NeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybe
There could be differences in the classes, it depends on the people tho
Yes
People can access these classes anytime but depending on what grade you are in and if you want to actually enter the higher level of classes.
No
86
5/31/2018 18:26:31Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
General Education, International Baccalaureate (IB)
Extremely HighNeutralExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighModerately HighMaybeYes
I think the people in my IB classes are highly capable or I guess above average, but that's not to say that there aren't also highly capable people who aren't taking any IB classes.

The the IB classes at Ingraham tend to be mostly white students, then Asian. There are very few Black, Hispanic/Latino, Native American or other non-white students in these classes. Considering the very different demographics of Ingraham as a whole and its IB classes, it's clear that non-white students are very underrepresented in the IB classes.
Maybe
Sure, any student can take IB/AP classes for free, but there is still quite a big fee if you want to take the exam to get college credit for a class. Also, I think the fact that Ingraham's IB classes are mainly white students could make some non-white students feel like those classes aren't meant for them.
I think it's important to realize that the demographics of the IB classes at Ingraham are very different from the demographics of the school as a whole, and that's not because students of colour are any less capable of taking those rigorous classes. There's clearly a larger problem at hand, and I think the school and students should be taking more action to change this.
87
5/31/2018 18:08:47Ingraham High School9thFemaleWhite or CaucasianHonorsModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately HighNeutralMaybeMaybeYes
Anyone can sign up for IB, most classes don't require obscure prerequisites.
88
6/1/2018 9:10:53Ingraham High School12thFemaleHispanic or LatinoHonorsNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately HighModerately LowExtremely LowModerately LowMaybeYesthey are very niceYes
89
6/5/2018 12:46:09
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleAsian or Pacific IslanderHonorsNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeMaybeYes
90
6/5/2018 12:47:28
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleAsian or Pacific IslanderHonorsNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately LowModerately HighNeutralModerately HighMaybeNoMaybe
91
6/5/2018 15:03:56Ingraham High School10thMale
White or Caucasian, Hispanic or Latino
HonorsModerately HighNeutralNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighMaybeYes
There's probably a difference in cognitive abilities but I don't have much of a reason to believe that it would greatly affect capabilities. It seems very likely that gen ed classes are more diverse than honors/ap/ib.
Yes
If you're motivated enough to push yourself and succeed then yes, those classes are accessible to you.
92
6/5/2018 15:05:49Ingraham High School10thFemale
Black or African American
HonorsModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeNo
Since it’s close to the end of the year a lot of people are slacking on work but overall I don’t think there would be a change in the demographics.
Maybe
I think it is but I think some people might feel intimidated to join the class.
Nope
93
6/5/2018 15:05:49Ingraham High School10thFemaleAsian or Pacific IslanderHonorsNeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately LowMaybeYes
A lot of it depends if you are in an honors class or IB or AP. Others factor in like electives or special ed. There are a variety of students all at different levels and with different intrests.
Maybe
It depends if you are in a special ed or not. Generally yes but some cases maybe not.
94
5/31/2018 11:48:15Ingraham High School12thFemaleAsian or Pacific Islander
International Baccalaureate (IB)
NeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately LowModerately HighModerately HighMaybeYes
Ingraham is racist and IB is inaccessible to POC
No
Scholarships not advertised. Too many white people - POC feel isolated/overwhelmed
95
5/31/2018 18:07:13Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately HighModerately HighNeutralMaybeYesMaybe
96
6/5/2018 10:49:43Ingraham High School10thMaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB), Honors, HCC
NeutralNeutralNeutralNeutralModerately HighNeutralModerately LowMaybeYes
I do not fully know about differences in capability between the people in my classes and people in other classes, but I do know that there are mostly white/Caucasian people in my classes, I am pretty sure that this is more so than in other classes.
Maybe
I do not fully know about all of these classes, I would say that if a student can handle the work and material in the class it is certainly accessible to them.
97
6/1/2018 12:17:06Ingraham High School9thFemale
White or Caucasian, Black or African American
General EducationModerately HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighNeutralModerately HighModerately LowNoYes
HCC and IB are all rich white kids.
No
You can do running start if your not rich- but for everything else kid's parents get them in in elementary school
no
98
6/5/2018 10:09:11
Chief Sealth High School
9thFemaleHispanic or LatinoGeneral EducationNeutralExtremely HighModerately HighModerately LowModerately HighModerately HighExtremely HighNoNo
I feel like we are all the same.
Maybe
They are only for certain grades.
99
5/31/2018 20:53:06Ingraham High School11thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
NeutralExtremely HighModerately HighExtremely HighExtremely HighExtremely HighModerately HighNoYes
IB classes versus general ed classes at Ingraham are super segregated. IB classes are basically all white students. But really anyone could take the classes it's just the cycle of privilege that promotes white students to be in the classes
No
They are technically accessible to all but not all students are encouraged and supported in taking these advanced classes.
100
6/1/2018 10:45:59Ingraham High School10thFemaleWhite or Caucasian
International Baccalaureate (IB)
Moderately HighExtremely HighModerately HighModerately HighModerately HighNeutralModerately LowNoYesMaybe
I think that anyone is capable of performing well, and should do higher level classes, but sadly not all students are encouraged or have the resources to do so.
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