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Here on The Morning Bell (as well as on Twitter and Facebook), we work hard to provide you with the latest about New York City’s public schools and the staff, students, parents, and educators who make them successful.

Now, it’s our turn to hear from YOU.

From now until March 23, 2018, NYC public school parents and teachers, as well as students in grades 6–12, can complete the Department of Education’s 2018 NYC School Survey and share personal feedback about individual schools.

Now in its twelfth year, the NYC School Survey is one of the nation’s largest annual surveys. Available in 10 languages both online and in print, the survey gathers feedback from all members of school communities to help principals and other school leaders learn and understand what students and families are saying about City schools. Results from each year’s survey are also included in each school’s annual Survey Report, School Quality Snapshot, and School Quality Guide

City parents/guardians can either fill out the the paper-based survey that City schools are distributing to students and handing out at school events, or they can fill one out online after using a unique access code found on our paper-based surveys. Meanwhile, students in grades 6–12 will receive and complete their surveys in school, either on paper or online, and school staff members are taking the NYC School Survey online.

To learn more about this year’s NYC School Survey, visit our webpage.

Remember: the 2018 School Survey will be open till March 23, 2018, so make your voice heard, and complete your survey TODAY.

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  1. […] There’s still time for you to tell us what you think about City schools! […]

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  2. […] There’s less than one week left for you to tell us what you think about City schools! […]

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  3. […] After receiving a record number of responses from students, teachers, and families, the DOE has announced the results of its 12th Annual NYC School Survey. […]

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