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DISD Wants Public to Evaluate District

Two online surveys are available until Friday, June 29

Thursday, Jun 21, 2012  |  Updated 9:24 AM CDT
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DISD Wants Public to Evaluate District

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The Dallas Independent School District wants the public to share their opinions about the district and for parents to voice how they’re treated at their kids’ schools.

Two online surveys are available for the public to take part in to help evaluate the district.

As part of the No Child Left Behind Act, the first questionnaire asks parents to measure the district’s parental involvement efforts. 

The survey asks questions about campus visits, how parents are treated during visits and if schools are keeping parents informed. You can find the Title I Parent Involvement Survey here.

The district also wants to know what the community thinks about the DISD’s planning and decision-making policies, procedures, staff development and how all relate to student performance. Click here to take part in the Texas Planning and Decision Survey.

According to state law, school districts must evaluate several aspects of the district at least every two years.

The surveys must be completed by Friday, June 29.

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