If you’re looking for our most current version of this report, please visit the main National School Climate Survey page. Analysis about changes in LGBT student. What is the GLSEN Local School Climate Survey? The Local School Climate Survey (LSCS) is a tool developed by GLSEN’s Research Department for students. The GLSEN National School Climate Survey (pdf) is our flagship report on the school experiences of LGBTQ youth in schools, including the extent of the.
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Do I need a consent form for students?
You may need to meet with the administrator s to discuss the purpose of the survey and why it is important for students to take it. In addition, your school or community may have clubs or groups e.
For example, students who take French may have different experiences than students who take Spanish or German, so you cannot make generalizations about all students in a school if you only ask students who take French. Please click on that link directly to be taken to your survey. Participants may decide to stop the survey at any glesn in time, or skip any questions that they do not want to answer. Your session will expire in seconds!
Alternatively, if all surveys are taken on paper, you can enter the responses in your own spreadsheet or data file e. With this information, you can help identify areas for change and advocate for a more welcoming learning environment in your school or community.
Skip to main content. This survey is climwte for students in gradesand asks about students’ perceptions of their school climate, including biased language, harassment, and the availability of resources and supports.
You can then distribute this URL to surveg you are asking to take the survey e.
These responses are only available via the password protected account of the survey creator. Once you create a survey, you will be provided with a unique URL that can be used to direct students to the survey. It is important to remember that this is not necessarily a scientific survey; the survey findings apply only to the students who take your survey and may not be representative of all the students in the school or community.
You will have the option to designate a survey contact person and email address when creating your survey—this is the only information about the survey creator that we will provide to survey takers. Download a Step-by-Step Guide. If you want to use the Local School Climate Survey tool to conduct a national, state gsen regional e. Click here to have your password emailed to you. We store surveys and survey responses for the survey creators’ use only.
Our staff researchers have explored LGBT issues in education and coimate impact of bullying on school climate for nearly 15 years. New to Our System? It is designed to help students, educators, and advocates obtain data that can be used to improve the safety and overall environment of their local schools. If you are interested in taking the survey, you should have been provided a direct link by someone else.
Click here to have the activation link emailed to you again. For example, if you included these questions, the survey results can tell you how often students hear biased language—such as homophobic, racist and sexist remarks—in school and where students feel most unsafe in school—classrooms, locker rooms, bathrooms, etc. The surveys are designed to be taken by middle and high school students specifically ages 13 and up.
Join or start a Gay-Straight Alliance or take part in one of our student leadership programs to make your school a better place. It’s easier than you think to get involved and make glssen difference. Find lesson plans and resources to build safe, inclusive and affirming classrooms for all students.
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Students are then able to decide if they are willing to participate in the survey and provide responses to the survey items. Do students need to agree to take the survey? Who am I surveying? For those who are not using the survey as part of a formal research study, clear information about the survey and what students are being asked to do might be sufficient, but you should check with the school or district administration to be sure.
If you used paper surveys instead of or in addition to online surveys, you can choose to enter each survey yourself i.
We do not distribute these surveys or survey results to anyone without the express written permission of the survey creator, except in a limited set of circumstances e. GLSEN treats all surveys as private. Whether or not you need official consent from students or parents will depend the school requirements. All survey data is owned by the survey creators.
GLSEN will not divulge the name, contact information, or log in information of the survey creator to anyone without their express written permission. This survey is not intended to be used at the state, regional or national level.
If someone has a question about the survey they are taking, they should contact the survey creator directly. Want to take action but don’t know how? You can choose to distribute the survey only online, only via paper, or using both methods at the same time.