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1. Think about each statement in relation to yourself and any you teach classes or college preparation materials you've created or been given. Give the answer that best applies to you.

2. Your answers will be kept in the strictest confidence, so we encourage you to be completely honest. Your responses will in no way affect your relationship with your principal or other staff.

3. Think about each statement by itself. Do not be influenced by your answers to other statements.

4. In most cases you will be asked to give your responses on the survey form by filling out the answer that you feel is the MOST true. If there is a text box, we just want your opinion in a few sentences.

5. You have the right to not answer any or all of the questions in this survey. If you can't think of an answer, you can skip it. But we appreciate you taking it seriously and helping us out!

* 2. What is your gender?

* 3. About how many times have you used AVID or a similar college readiness program in one of your classes this year?

* 4. How often do you talk about college or college readiness to your students?

* 5. Answer to the extent of whether you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about your students on average and your beliefs.

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
My students can organize their time and things they need to do.
My students have improved their study skills this year.
My students understand their academic strengths.
My students know what they can be working on to improve
My students know the importance of not giving up and sticking through difficult tasks and subjects
My students work well with each other and on group projects
My students and I have bonded and I have a good culture in my classroom
I understand the importance of attending college, and can confidently talk to my students about it
I understand the college application process, and can confidently talk to my students about it
I understand the cost of college, and can confidently talk to my students about it
I believe all my students are capable of going to college
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