New national data reveals a major disconnect between how parents and their children view their local schools.

While 83 percent of parents rate the overall quality of their school as good or excellent, only 64 percent of students feel the same way.

To close this gap, we’ve got to turn school quality data into action. That’s why I hope you’ll join us March 5 at 2 p.m. EST/ 11 a.m. PST for an exclusive webinar, as veteran education researcher Dr. Alisha Martinez highlights key findings from K12 Insight’s three-year, national school quality survey — and demonstrates how districts can use school climate and quality research to affect positive change, inside and outside the classroom.

You’ll also learn:

  • What the latest school quality data tells us about America’s schools
  • How to effectively analyze your own school quality data
  • How to draft an action plan for your school that meets the needs of the whole child

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear about important school climate trends.

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Corey Murray
Sr. Director Strategy & Engagement
K12 Insight