Portland Public Schools Survey on School Culture Produces Glum Responses

Summarizes within a news article a survey given to Portland Public School students during the 2018-2019 school year asking about school climate, sense of safety in schools, sense of belonging and teacher-student relationships, among other categories specific to respondent roles. The data reveals that student outlook on critical school issues regressed as they moved from elementary school to middle and high school.

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