Georgia Department of Education School Climate Surveys

Constructs
  • Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0: Elementary (Grades 3-5) – School connectedness
  • Georgia School Climate Student Survey: Secondary (Grades 6-12) – School connectedness; Character; Physical environment; Adult social support; Peer social support; Cultural acceptance; Order and discipline; Safety
  • Georgia Parent School Climate Survey (Grades K-12) – Teaching and learning; School safety; Interpersonal relationships; Institutional environment; Parent involvement
  • Georgia School Personnel Survey (Grades K-12) – Staff connectedness; Structure for learning; School safety; Physical environment; Peer and adult relations; Parent involvement
Respondents
Students, parents, and school personnel (teachers, administrators, certified staff members, and classified/other staff members)
Grade Level
Grades 3-5, 6-12 (students); Parents and Staff (K-12)
Reports
  • La Salle, T., Myers, J., & McCoach, B. (2017). Capturing Constructs: Factor Validation of the Georgia School Climate Survey. Article submitted for publication.
  • La Salle, T. (2018). Factor Analysis School Climate Suite. Unpublished memo.
  • La Salle, T. & Zabek, F. (2017). GaDOE School Climate Suite. Unpublished memo.
  • La Salle, T. P., Zabek, F., & Meyers, J. (March, 2016). Elementary Student Perceptions of School Climate and Associations with Individual and School Factors. In School Psychology Forum (Vol. 10, No. 1).
  • La Salle, T. (2018). Developer memo – GA ES Survey. Unpublished memo.
  • La Salle, T. (2018). Developer memo – GA MS/HS Survey. Unpublished memo.
  • La Salle, T. (2018). Developer memo – GA Parent Survey. Unpublished memo. 
  • La Salle, T. (2018). Developer memo – GA Staff Survey. Unpublished memo. 
Survey Instruments
  • Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0: Elementary – This instrument is free and publicly available here. For more information, contact Tamika P. La Salle, PhD, at tamika.la_salle@uconn.edu.
  • Georgia School Climate Survey: Secondary – There is no charge to use this survey. (Note: The 36-item School Climate – Secondary battery is part of the larger Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0. For more information, please contact Tamika P. La Salle, PhD, at tamika.la_salle@uconn.edu.)
  • Georgia Parent School Climate Survey – This instrument is free and publicly available here. For more information, contact Tamika P. La Salle, PhD, at tamika.la_salle@uconn.edu.
  • Georgia School Personnel Survey – This instrument is free and publicly available here. For more information, contact Tamika P. La Salle, PhD, at tamika.la_salle@uconn.edu.
Survey Data
Non-federal