Center for Research in Educational Policy School Climate Inventory

Constructs

Orderly school environment; Administration provides instructional leadership; Positive learning environment; Parent and community involvement; Instruction is well-developed and implemented; Expectations for students; Collaboration between administration, faculty, and students

Respondents
Teachers, Administrators, Professional Staff
Grade Level
K-12
Reports
  • Butler, E.D., & Alberg, M.J. (1991). Tennessee School Climate Inventory: A resource manual. Memphis, TN: Center for Research in Education Policy.
  • Franceschini III, L.A. (2009). Convergent validity study of the School Climate Inventory (SCI) using archived Tennessee Department of Education indicators. Memphis, TN: Center for Research in Educational Policy.
  • Strahl, J.D. (2011). SCI/SCI-R missing values protocols. Unpublished.
  • Strahl, J.D., & Alberg, M.J. (n.d.). SCI-R reliability coefficients on the seven dimensions. Unpublished.
  • Strahl, J.D., & Alberg, M.J. (n.d.). School Climate Inventory. Unpublished. 
Survey Instruments

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Survey Data
Non-federal