REACH Survey

Constructs

Relationships with teachers (express care, challenge growth, provide support, share power, expand possibilities, connect sparks to learning; Effort (mastery vs. performance orientation, belief in malleable intelligence, academic self-efficacy); Aspirations (goal orientation, future-mindedness, internal locus of control); Cognition (focus, academic delayed gratification, positivity in the face of challenge); Heart (spark development, spark shaping, presence of sparks); Other covariates (belonging, perceived discrimination; quality and character of instruction, cultural inclusion, school climate)

Respondents
Students
Grade Level
6-12
Cost
Fee-based
Reports
Survey Instruments

The REACH Survey is available for purchase directly from Search Institute. Information on purchasing the survey instrument can be found here: http://www.search-institute.org/surveys/REACH. (Note that “spark” refers to a student’s motivating interests and talents.) Survey instruments are available in English, but Search Institute is working to create reliable and valid instruments in languages other than English.

Survey Level
K-12
Survey Data
Non-federal

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

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