Maryland S3 Climate Survey


Safety (perceived safety, bullying and aggression, general drug use); Engagement (connection to teachers, student connectedness, academic engagement, whole-school connectedness, culture of equity, parent engagement); Environment (rules consequences, physical comfort, support, disorder)

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  • Bradshaw CP, Waasdorp TE, Debnam KJ, Lindstrom Johnson S. Measuring school climate in high schools: a focus on safety, engagement, and the environment. J School Health. 2014; 84: 593-604.
Survey Instruments

Please note that while the survey instrument is publicly available, it is copyright protected. Information on obtaining the survey instrument can be obtained from Catherine Bradshaw, PhD at Survey instruments are available in English. 

Survey Level
Survey Data

This is one of the K-12 Surveys listed in the School Climate Survey Compendium.

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