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Students, Parents and Teachers

The Student
The Hope Survey for Students determines:
  • Engagement levels

    Surveys determine behavioral and emotional engagement

  • Intrinsic Motivation

    Surveys determine autonomy, goal orientations, teacher expectations

  • School Climate & Belonging

    Surveys determine motivation factors, adult and peer support levels

  • Academic Readiness

    Hope scores are precursors to higher reading and math scores, college GPA’s

  • Agency and Persistence (Hope)

    Hope measures agency and pathways to success; builds confidence

The Surveys
The Hope Survey may be utilized in:
  • Dropout prevention

  • Motivating previously disengaged students

  • Helping borderline students attain post-secondary success

  • Aid in anti-bullying campaigns

  • Addressing social/emotional concerns

  • Discovering the impact of personalizing learning

  • Discovering the effect of adding supportive advisories.

  • Results of adding career/tech programs, interventions or other programs

  • As an alternative assessment of school effectiveness!

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The School Staff
The Hope Survey for Staff can also help your school create a climate and culture that meets the human development needs of adolescents, which will lead to meeting their academic needs!
The Hope Survey for Staff determines:
  • Self-efficacy Levels

    How staff perceive individual and collective self-efficacy.

  • Job Satisfaction Levels

    Determines the level of teacher and support staff levels of satisfaction.

  • Teacher and Staff Autonomy

    The perception of staff as to voice and choice in their work.

  • Sense of Effect of Outside Influences

    Staff perception of the influence of negative outside influences on students.

  • Staff Sense of Hope

    The staff members sense of agency and pathways for their work in the school.

The Hope Survey for Staff will give you a sense of how adults in your building feel about themselves and their effect on students. One study showed that teachers with high hope have a better chance of fostering high hope in their students! Optimistic adults working with adolescents foster optimism and hope in them.

Making changes for student achievement may also have an effect on the staff. This survey, along with the Hope Survey for Students, can enlighten leaders and staff of the effect certain policies have on all people in a building or district!

"While standardized tests examine "what" a student knows (and how well he takes tests), the Hope Survey reveals "why" a student is/is not successful, allowing educators to truly help students learn better."
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The Hope Survey was developed with the support and expertise of Dr. Mark Van Ryzin of the University of Oregon.

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