Survey for families with school-aged children

Friday, July 30, 2010

The Department of Early Learning (DEL) is working with their partner agency, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), to help collect information about how Washington families want to communicate with their children's school districts. If you know families with school-age children, please let them know about this comment opportunity.

The survey below allows parents to say how they like to talk with their schools, such as through meetings or flyers and how much they like to be involved with their children's schools.  OSPI will use the survey results to make recommendations to districts how to reach out to families.

Click for the survey .

The survey will be available until August 11. Beginning this school year, schools in Washington will ask families about their experiences with their children's schools. Schools will share the information they gather in their annual reports.

For more information, visit the OSPI webpage.


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