School Quality Survey
The School Quality Survey (SQS) is a DOE-administered survey that asks teachers, students, parents, administrative office staff, and instructional support staff for their opinions of school quality. Schools may find survey results useful when developing self-reports for accreditation and standards implementation.
The SQS is administered to all DOE regular public schools and to Public Charter Schools that request to participate.
Statewide Summary: For overall DOE results, see the Statewide Summary.
Current report: School Year 2011-2012
Last update: June 2012
Stakeholder input was received, and subsequently, the SQS Advisory Committee recommended a number of changes to each survey type. When reviewing findings, prior year's results should not be compared with results from the 2012 version.