More students feel safe in their afterschool programs than feel safe during the school day, according to 2017-2018 climate surveys. In addition, in afterschool, many desirable climate factors increased from the 2016–2017 school year to the 2017–2018 school year, while they decreased in the school-day environment.
Afterschool Centers on Education Survey Highlights 2017: Availability of the Afterschool Program Helps to Maintain AISD Enrollment
This report provides findings from various surveys regarding parent, student, and teacher perceptions of Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE) programs at AISD campuses. The ACE program was highly rated and thought to help maintain AISD enrollment.
Each year, AISD measures students' perceptions of their school environment. This district report examines longitudinal trends in school climate from 2007-2008 through 2009-2010. Campus reports are for the 2009-2010 student climate survey.
The student climate survey provides the opportunity to monitor students’ opinions regarding topics such as behavioral environment, adult fairness and respect, student academic self-confidence, teacher expectations, student engagement, and social emotional learning (SEL) skills.
This report describes how transgender middle and high school students at AISD feel about their school climates, as reported through the 2017 student climate survey, and how they perform at their schools.
The following reports describe results from the 2008-2009 Student Climate Survey.
These reports describe results from the 2007-2008 AISD Student Climate Survey.
This report summarizes results of AISD's 2006-2007 student climate survey, given to students in grades 3 through 11.
These reports summarize results of AISD's 2005-2006 student climate survey.