For over 30 years, Dr. Russell Quaglia and his team at the Quaglia Institute for Student Aspirations have been collecting information about what education stakeholders think, believe, and feel about their schools. The data from these surveys has shown time and time again that certain conditions must be present in the school for students to reach their fullest potential.
Offered for grades 3-5 and 6-12, the Student Voice Survey measures the important 8 Conditions that impact student voice, aspirations, and academic motivations, as well as assessing student perceptions of their personal voice in the school.
This survey helps individual classroom teachers in grades 3-5 and 6-12 discover students' perspectives about themselves as learners, course content, and instruction. It allows for ongoing, formative assessment of student perceptions and engagement and allows teachers to make necessary midcourse adjustments.
The Teacher Voice Survey assesses staff perceptions of the teaching and learning environment, provides educators and those that support them with a powerful tool for understanding both what motivates and inspires every person to achieve, and how well the staff believes their school is meeting those objectives.
Knowing that parent perceptions are an important part of understanding school culture, the Parent Voice Survey measures parent perceptions surrounding students' Self Worth, Engagement, and Sense of Purpose - vital factors for all students to realize academic, personal, and social success in school.