School Quality Survey
The Hawaii Department of Education (DOE) administers the School Quality Survey (SQS) to capture the voices of school personnel, and students (Grades 3-12) and parents/guardians (of students in Grades K-12) in public DOE schools and Charter Schools. Students', parents', and teachers' responses are included in the School Reports; administrative and office staff and instructional support staff responses are included in the Statewide Summary and Complex Reports.
Likert-scaled survey items are constructed to fit within four dimensions: Safety (Students respond only to Safety questions), Well-Being, Satisfaction, and Involvement/Engagement. Results are useful for school planning, improvement, celebrations, and other purposes.
Open-ended comments, anonymously provided by parents and school personnel, are aggregated at the school level and are submitted to the respective Complex Area Superintendent and each Charter School.
Current report: School Year 2018-2019
Last update: August 13, 2019
Key Changes Impacting SY 2018-2019 SQS Results
There were no key changes affecting the SY 2018-2019 SQS results.