1. Birmingham Public Schools 2016 - Character Education Survey

The purpose of this survey is to collect data for our Character Education Initiative. This information will be used for district purposes only and all responses are confidential. Please base your responses on personal observation and experience. If you are a parent, please respond on the basis of your own personal experience and based on information your child has shared with you. If you have more than one child in 4th, 7th, or 11th grade, please base your answers on one child per survey. This survey is the School as Caring Community Profile II, developed by T. Lickona and M. Davidson. Thank you for your assistance.

I am a:

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* 1. I am a:

Please check the grade level you are responding about in this survey.

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* 2. Please check the grade level you are responding about in this survey.

Please select your school.

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* 3. Please select your school.

Students treat classmates with respect.

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* 4. Students treat classmates with respect.

Students exclude those who are different (example: students who belong
to a different race, religion, or culture).

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* 5. Students exclude those who are different (example: students who belong
to a different race, religion, or culture).

Students try to comfort peers who have experienced sadness:

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* 6. Students try to comfort peers who have experienced sadness:

Students respect the personal property of others:

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* 7. Students respect the personal property of others:

Students help each other, even if they are not friends.

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* 8. Students help each other, even if they are not friends.

When students do something hurtful, they try to make up for it
(for example, they apologize or they do something nice).

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* 9. When students do something hurtful, they try to make up for it
(for example, they apologize or they do something nice).

Students show respect for school property (such as desks, walls,
bathrooms, buses, buildings, and grounds).

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* 10. Students show respect for school property (such as desks, walls,
bathrooms, buses, buildings, and grounds).

Students try to get other students to follow school rules.

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* 11. Students try to get other students to follow school rules.

Students behave respectfully toward all school staff (including secretaries, custodians, aides, and bus drivers).

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* 12. Students behave respectfully toward all school staff (including secretaries, custodians, aides, and bus drivers).

Students work well together.

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* 13. Students work well together.

Students help to improve the school.

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* 14. Students help to improve the school.

Students help new students feel accepted.

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* 15. Students help new students feel accepted.

Students are disrespectful toward their teachers.

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* 16. Students are disrespectful toward their teachers.

Students try to have a positive influence on the behavior of other students.

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* 17. Students try to have a positive influence on the behavior of other students.

Students pick on other students.

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* 18. Students pick on other students.

Students are willing to forgive each other.

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* 19. Students are willing to forgive each other.

Students show poor sportsmanship.

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* 20. Students show poor sportsmanship.

Students are patient with each other.

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* 21. Students are patient with each other.

Students resolve conflicts without fighting, insults, or threats.

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* 22. Students resolve conflicts without fighting, insults, or threats.

Students are disrespectful toward their schoolmates.

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* 23. Students are disrespectful toward their schoolmates.

Students listen to each other in class discussions.

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* 24. Students listen to each other in class discussions.

Students refrain from put-downs (negative, hurtful comments).

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* 25. Students refrain from put-downs (negative, hurtful comments).

When students see another student being picked on, they try to stop it.

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* 26. When students see another student being picked on, they try to stop it.

Students share with others.

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* 27. Students share with others.

Students are involved in helping to solve school problems.

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* 28. Students are involved in helping to solve school problems.

Students can talk to their teachers about problems that are bothering them.

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* 29. Students can talk to their teachers about problems that are bothering them.

Students at this school use technology (text, cell phone and email messaging; social media sites, etc.) to mistreat and harrass other students.

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* 30. Students at this school use technology (text, cell phone and email messaging; social media sites, etc.) to mistreat and harrass other students.

I have seen students be dishonest by copying other students' work (homework, test items, etc.).

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* 31. I have seen students be dishonest by copying other students' work (homework, test items, etc.).

Parents show that they care about their child's education and school behavior.

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* 32. Parents show that they care about their child's education and school behavior.

Students are disrespectful toward their parents in the school environment.

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* 33. Students are disrespectful toward their parents in the school environment.

Teachers go out of their way to help students who need extra help.

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* 34. Teachers go out of their way to help students who need extra help.

Teachers treat parents with respect.

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* 35. Teachers treat parents with respect.

In this school you can count on adults to try to make sure that students are safe.

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* 36. In this school you can count on adults to try to make sure that students are safe.

In this school parents treat other parents with respect.

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* 37. In this school parents treat other parents with respect.

Teachers are unfair in their treatment of students.

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* 38. Teachers are unfair in their treatment of students.

Parents show respect for teachers.

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* 39. Parents show respect for teachers.

In their interactions with students, teachers act in ways that demonstrate
the character qualities the school is trying to teach.

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* 40. In their interactions with students, teachers act in ways that demonstrate
the character qualities the school is trying to teach.

In their interactions with students, all school staff (the principal, other administrators, counselors, coaches, aides, custodians, and others) act in ways that demonstrate the character qualities the school is trying to teach.

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* 41. In their interactions with students, all school staff (the principal, other administrators, counselors, coaches, aides, custodians, and others) act in ways that demonstrate the character qualities the school is trying to teach.

In their interactions with children, parents display the character qualities
the school is trying to teach.

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* 42. In their interactions with children, parents display the character qualities
the school is trying to teach.

Teachers and staff treat each other with respect (are caring, supportive, etc.).

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* 43. Teachers and staff treat each other with respect (are caring, supportive, etc.).

Parents are actively involved in this school.

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* 44. Parents are actively involved in this school.

Teachers and staff are involved in helping to make school decisions.

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* 45. Teachers and staff are involved in helping to make school decisions.

This school shows appreciation for the efforts of teachers and staff.

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* 46. This school shows appreciation for the efforts of teachers and staff.

This school treats parents with respect.

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* 47. This school treats parents with respect.

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