Educational Effectiveness SurveyTM (EES) is a suite of stakeholder surveys to determine organizational effectiveness, student engagement & motivation, social-emotional learning, as well as parent/community involvement. Detailed reports and a blueprint for formative discussion guide, measure, and suggest change.

Customizable to fit your district's unique goals and compliance requirements.

EES Staff

A survey of your entire staff (certificated and classified) provides the data required to understand building and system-wide needs, as well as areas in need of change. The survey is a formative and diagnostic tool designed to stimulate and inform conversations for improvement. The research framework includes:

  • Effective organizations

  • Organizational trust

  • Culturally responsive teaching

  • District support for improvement

  • Attributes of effective instructional practice


EES Student with Social Emotional Learning

EES Primary

Discover students' perceptions and attitudes toward their student engagement and motivation.


EES Parent

Understand the perceptions of parents/guardians concerning the services and programs offered at their child’s school.

 Meets the mandate for Title I compliance reporting.


EES District

Captures the perceptions of district staff and building leaders about the District's mission/vision, leadership, processes, programs, and culture within buildings and the district as a whole. Unscores the importance of quantitative and qualitative data in the improvement planning and transformation process.


EES Results Report Options

  • 7 Student and School Success Principles (7 Turnaround Principles)

  • The 17 Expected Indicators (Indistar®) Summary Report

  • 9 Characteristics of High-Performing Schools and State 8 Criteria for Evaluation of Teaching and Learning Report (separate report)

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Leadership 360

Leadership 360 provides leaders at every level—superintendents and principals alike—with direct actionable feedback that is both valid and reliable. Such authentic, data-driven feedback is of paramount importance as a driver of improvement planning facilitated through self-reflection and formative discussion.