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1/12/16

Dear Parents,
As educators, we understand how important social-emotional development is to a student’s success in life. The faculty and staff of the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) go to great lengths to create a culture and climate at each and every one of our school sites that supports the social-emotional development of our students.

 

As a member of the California Office to Reform Education (CORE) consortium, Long Beach Unified is committed to highlighting these efforts so that we may better support the social-emotional
development of our students and shape positive cultures and climates within our schools.

 

Along with six other districts throughout California, LBUSD has helped create a more well-rounded approach to school accountability, called the School Quality Improvement System (SQIS). Our new approach examines a broader range of student outcomes and includes much more than the academic achievement of students. It also includes their social-emotional development as well as the culture and climate of the schools they attend.

 

With input from educators and researchers, the CORE districts have prioritized four social-emotional skills for inclusion in the School Quality Improvement Index: growth mindset, self-efficacy, selfmanagement, and social awareness. These skills show significant evidence of being measureable, actionable, and important to the long-term success of students. CORE will also focus on four areas of school culture and climate: support for academic learning, sense of belonging, knowledge and fairness of discipline/rules and norms, and school safety.

 

Between January 12-February 26, approximately 2,000 schools across the CORE districts will administer surveys to all students in grades 4-12, all staff and all parents focusing on social-emotional and culture and climate measures. Together, we will begin to shine a light on the importance of these measures to the development of college and career ready students. The value of your participation and the
participation of your child cannot be overstated. We look forward to your honest and direct responses, as well as your thoughtful use of the results of these surveys. We expect the results will be released no later than fall 2016.

 

Please contact your school site with any questions. For more information and to view a sample of each survey, please visit our website at lbschools.net/Department/Research.

 

Sincerely,
Christopher Lund
Assistant Superintendent
Research, Planning, Evaluation and School Improvement

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1/12/16

Dear Parents,
As educators, we understand how important social-emotional development is to a student’s success in life. The faculty and staff of the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) go to great lengths to create a culture and climate at each and every one of our school sites that supports the social-emotional development of our students.

 

As a member of the California Office to Reform Education (CORE) consortium, Long Beach Unified is committed to highlighting these efforts so that we may better support the social-emotional
development of our students and shape positive cultures and climates within our schools.

 

Along with six other districts throughout California, LBUSD has helped create a more well-rounded approach to school accountability, called the School Quality Improvement System (SQIS). Our new approach examines a broader range of student outcomes and includes much more than the academic achievement of students. It also includes their social-emotional development as well as the culture and climate of the schools they attend.

 

With input from educators and researchers, the CORE districts have prioritized four social-emotional skills for inclusion in the School Quality Improvement Index: growth mindset, self-efficacy, selfmanagement, and social awareness. These skills show significant evidence of being measureable, actionable, and important to the long-term success of students. CORE will also focus on four areas of school culture and climate: support for academic learning, sense of belonging, knowledge and fairness of discipline/rules and norms, and school safety.

 

Between January 12-February 26, approximately 2,000 schools across the CORE districts will administer surveys to all students in grades 4-12, all staff and all parents focusing on social-emotional and culture and climate measures. Together, we will begin to shine a light on the importance of these measures to the development of college and career ready students. The value of your participation and the
participation of your child cannot be overstated. We look forward to your honest and direct responses, as well as your thoughtful use of the results of these surveys. We expect the results will be released no later than fall 2016.

 

Please contact your school site with any questions. For more information and to view a sample of each survey, please visit our website at lbschools.net/Department/Research.

 

Sincerely,
Christopher Lund
Assistant Superintendent
Research, Planning, Evaluation and School Improvement

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