TheĀ 11-person Community Education Commission (CEC) wants to know your thoughts about a new School Rating System for Detroit (SRSD). This new A-F school letter grade rating system is being designed by and for Detroiters to help share information about public schools in our city. Please take five minutes and complete this survey.

For more information, check out www.cecdetroit.org or email us at SRSDinfo@cecdetroit.org

Thank you for your time and your responses!

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* 1. Does a school-aged child who currently lives with you attend a DPSCD or charter school inside the city limits of Detroit?

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* 2. The Community Education Commission (CEC) runs the GOAL Line bus service, provides GOAL Line after-school programming at Northwest Activities Center, and publishes the Detroit Parents' Guide to Schools. The CEC is also responsible for implementing a new School Rating System for Detroit (SRSD). Which of these activities have you heard about before today?

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* 3. Michigan state law says that beginning in October 2019, Detroit schools will receive a grade ranging from A (the best score) to F (the lowest score) for their students' performance. The grade will include both academic (tests) and non-academic (attendance, etc.) measures. What do you think about this idea?

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* 4. The new school rating system requires the CEC to measure whether students are on grade level (proficiency) and if students are making progress over last year's test scores (growth). The rating also requires the CEC to measure student attendance and school re-enrollment rates, along with parent and student satisfaction (non-academic). What else (if anything) should we include in the rating?

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* 5. Do you think a new School Rating System for Detroit (SRSD) can provide you more information than you currently have about public schools in Detroit?

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