You have your California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) results. Now what?
Districts and schools often want to know how to understand their survey results and then translate that knowledge into action. When you see your results what do they actually mean? How do you translate your data to serve your local needs? This webinar will showcase how to explore CHKS results on the three measures that LEAs often use for the LCAP School Climate Priority 6: Caring Adult Relationships, School Connectedness, and School Safety. We will discuss how to disaggregate your survey data to find groups of students who need supports and outline steps to identify strengths and growth opportunities. From this webinar you can expect to take away resources and information on what possible steps you can take to strengthen school climate.
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WestEd Research Associate Leslie Poynor is the State Coordinator for the California School Climate, Health, and Learning Survey System, the largest statewide survey of resiliency, protective factors, and risk behaviors in the nation. She provides technical assistance to all levels of education personnel in conducting and using the data from all CalSCHLS surveys in data-driven decision-making, including the California Healthy Kids Survey. She also develops and facilitates professional development and data workshops on creating safe and supportive school climates as well as on the education of the whole child.