Make sure you and your students’ parents are on the same page with the parent roles and responsibilities survey template. Created by experts at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, these methodologically sound survey questions ask parents to reflect on who carries the weight when it comes to their child’s education. Parents choose whether it’s their responsibility (or the children’s or school’s) responsibility to ensure good communication between home and school, identify a child’s educational interests, and more.
When you want to know where your students’ parents stand on who’s responsible for many aspects of their child’s education, use this survey. Are parents, schools, or children primarily responsible for making sure a child’s learning environment is safe? What about for making sure a child receives enough support to excel in school? And who should be making sure that students and their peers have good relationships? Find out the answers to these questions and more so you can bridge communication gaps with parents and discuss their expectations (and yours) so you can be a more effective educator. If you want to make this survey specific to your school, customize this template or add questions.
To create a survey using the Parent Roles and Responsibilities survey template, just sign up or sign in to SurveyMonkey. You’ll be able to choose the template when you begin creating a survey.
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