Association of Alaska School Boards School Climate and Connectedness Survey

Constructs
  • Elementary Students (Grades 3-5) – Caring others; Social and emotional learning

  • Middle/High Students (Grades 6-12) – Respectful climate; School safety; Parent and community involvement; Student involvement; High expectations; Caring adults; Peer climate; Social and emotional learning; Student delinquent behaviors; Student drug and alcohol use

  • Staff – School leadership and involvement; Staff attitudes; Student involvement; Respectful climate; School safety; Parent and community involvement; Student delinquent behaviors; Student drug and alcohol use

Respondents
Students and staff
Grade Level
3-5; 6-12
Reports
  • American Institutes for Research. (2016). Alaska School Climate and Connectedness Survey: 2016 Statewide Report. Washington, DC: Author. Retrieved from https://aasb.org/wp-content/uploads/SCCS-2016-Statewide-Report-7Nov.pdf

  • Kendziora, K., & Spier, E. (2016). Memo regarding the Alaska School Climate and Connectedness survey. Unpublished.

  • American Institutes for Research. (2011). Alaska Initiative for Community Engagement Evaluation Instrument Summary. Washington, DC.

  • Kendziora, K., Forster, H., Colombi, G., & Fitzgerald, J. (2008). Memo regarding Cognitive Laboratory Results. Unpublished.

  • Kendziora, K. (2018). Student Self-Report of Social and Emotional Competencies. Unpublished.
Survey Instruments

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Survey Data
Non-federal