Great news! You’ve completed a survey! You wrote your questions, and your staff/parents/students answered them. You’ve got the results, and it’s time for you to share them. Presentations are great, but you need something easily digestible for your stakeholders?
Our new executive summary reports do just that. While we’re still tinkering with layout, these concise, two-page reports will give your audience a snapshot of the most important information from your survey.
Using our executive summaries, you can easily find out respondents’ overall satisfaction with your district and how you compare to other districts on a number of key metrics (learn more about our indexes here).
Our graphics show your audience what items on the survey you’re excelling and what items need more work. Over time, you can easily identify and track longitudinal change.
Our executive reports make for an excellent handout during a presentation of your survey results and are easy to keep and review later.
If you would like to learn more about the School Perceptions surveys or reports, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 262.644.4300.
The School Perceptions Blog and Resource Center features the voices of our team members. This post was written by Lindsey Naze, Data Analyst, and Tom Wade, Project Manager.