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

 
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EES Student Engagement, Motivation and 21st Century Skills

EES Primary

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

 
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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.

 
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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. Unscore 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.