• Educational Effectiveness Survey Student Survey

    A key improvement strategy calls on organizations to study the user experience. Therefore, it makes sense to include our students in the work we are doing to improve our schools as they are the primary user and beneficiary of what we do. The Educational Effectiveness Survey (EES) measures what students in grades 4-12 think about their school experience, asking about their school, practices that affect student learning, and how well their school is performing. The student survey will be available to Gwinnett County Public Schools’ students between January 19 and February 3.

    The student feedback collected from this survey will help our schools as they seek to better support the needs of each and every one of our students. This survey should take approximately 15 minutes for most students to complete. As part of our process, school district leaders wanted to make parents and caregivers aware of this survey, familiarize them with the questions students will be asked, and offer the opportunity for them to opt their child out of taking the survey.

    Please click the links under “Learn More” to the right for additional information, including administration dates, how to view the survey questions, and how to opt out of the survey.