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STH Parent Survey

Parents: We want to hear your views on technology and learning!
Be a part of the conversation! Florence Unified School District is participating in the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning. Speak Up is the first survey designed to help parents share their ideas directly with schools and national policymakers. Speak Up provides parents with a mechanism for expressing their views to the administrators at their child(ren)’s school and district about key issues impacting their child(ren)'s education.
Since 2003, Speak Up has collected and shared the views of more than 5 million students, teachers, and parents from all 50 states, as well as internationally. By participating in Speak Up, parents are expressing their views to a wider audience of local, state, and national policy makers as well as the business community—and contributing to the national dialogue about how best to prepare students for the future.
The online survey is open to students (all FUSD students will be participating with their class), educators and parents; it’s quick and easy to get involved. All participation is 100% confidential. Surveys take about 20 minutes to complete.
Deadline is quickly approaching so please complete the survey today!
To “Speak Up” simply follow these steps to take the survey.

 Step 1: Select the survey you would like to take:

·        Parent survey in English
·        Encuesta para Padres de Familia en español

 Step 2: Confirm your school name and survey type, if correct click Take Survey to begin survey

 Step 3: You will now begin the survey.  Please read the introduction page and click on the next button to begin the survey.

1.     Please use the buttons labeled “next” and “back” to get to the next page.  Do not use the back button on the browser.

2.     Please read questions thoroughly.  Some of the questions allow you to select multiple answers so be sure to read each question before responding.

3.     If you are unsure of a question just skip and move to the next question.