Survey results: Why isn't your school organization making more progress?
I'd like to thank everyone who participated in my 3minute survey, Why isn't your school organization making more progress? We had a total of 561 participants. Some charts and tables are below (click on images for larger versions). Also, here are some downloadable files:
My online survey software provided some summary data:\n
The chart below shows the average rank of each item, along with standard deviations. The lower the rank, the more important the reason.\n
Although Lack of adequate funding emerged as the top reason cited, Ineffective leadership had more top 3 appearances than any other item. I admit that Accountability demands of NCLB came out lower than I expected.\n
Feel free to do any other analysis you'd like on the raw data; just leave a link in the comments area for this post so we all can find it. Thanks again to everyone who participated and/or publicized this survey!\n
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