Minnesota Safe Learning Survey: Winter and Spring 2021 Subgroup Analysis by Geography and Student Race/Identity
The R10CC developed the Minnesota Safe Learning Survey to examine educators’, students’ (grades 6-12), and families’ educational experiences during the first half of the 2020-21 academic year. The report contains a summary of the over 23,000 respondents including 9,333 educators, 11,651 family members and 2,988 students (grades 6-12). The purpose of this survey was to get a true picture of how those being most impacted by the Safe Learning Plan are experiencing it. The survey will be deployed at three intervals, February, May, and October 2021, with statewide reports following the conclusion of each survey window. This is the first of three reports that will be produced. This information will inform future MDE planning and support that the WMCC and the UMN’s College of Education and Human Development may be able to provide MDE, policymakers, districts, and schools.
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