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SBPS Remote Learning Parent Survey shows High Levels of Satisfaction

SBPS Remote Learning Parent Survey shows High Levels of Satisfaction

 

Scottsbluff Public Schools conducted a Remote Learning Parent Survey for all schools in the District in May.  Results were collected and analyzed by the Nebraska Association of School Boards.  The survey had 462 responses across the District and affirm high levels of satisfaction with remote learning deployed by SBPS as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Highlights of the results include:

  • 87% of parents surveyed felt communication received from their school was adequate and timely
  • 82% of parents agreed that communication received from teachers was adequate and timely
  • Over 70% of parents reported no technical difficulties with students completing remote work
  • 98% of parents surveyed reported their child has daily access to a computer or tablet

“The results of the Remote Learning Parent Survey are a positive affirmation of the success the District’s very fast transition to remote learning this spring.  This kind of success would not have been possible without the hard work of teachers and staff members throughout the District as well as the flexibility and dedication of students and families,” said Melissa Price, SBPS Director of Communications.  “This survey provided feedback that staff will use in order to refine learning processes used in both remote learning and the return to traditional classrooms.”