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How The Results Can Be Used

The Hope Survey results can lead to continuous school improvement to create a school climate, which fosters greater engagement leading to higher hope in students and higher student achievement. Using the Hope Survey data for teacher development and school-wide continuous improvement can do this! Many schools which have been using the Hope Survey have been integrating the knowledge taken from the surveys and applying it to create better climates. There is even statistical evidence, which demonstrates many schools have been able to reverse the traditional downward curve in adolescent engagement and build hope in students. There are a variety of interventions, which may be employed to enhance the Hope Survey variables. Here are some examples of both whole school interventions and those, which can be used by teachers/advisors in classrooms and on an individual basis.

Here are some examples of both whole school interventions and those, which can be used by teachers/advisors in classrooms and on an individual basis. Example Interventions PDF

Other ways to utilize the results:

  • Match Hope data with student academic achievement scores to provide a detailed picture of the school environment and its effect on student performance
  • Use the Hope Survey as a diagnostic tool to pinpoint the ways in which new practices, programs, and innovations (anti-bullying, peer mediation, character education, rewards systems) can be most beneficially applied.
  • Use your school results in your schools marketing plan to demonstrate how your school has created a learning environment, which fosters student hope.
  • Share the information with your school community to demonstrate to your parents the value you are placing on students adolescent developmental needs and how these non academic outcomes impact students academic achievement as well as life beyond high school.

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