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SSDA & PCG Joint Research to Measure Educational Effectiveness of Small School Districts in California During COVID Crisis
SSDA & PCG Joint Research to Measure Educational Effectiveness of Small School Districts in California During COVID Crisis
Corrie Pelc
Wednesday, June 10, 2020

SSDA is pleased to partner with long-time Associate Member PCG, via their EDPlan Accelerator, to highlight the innovative nature of small school districts in California through the California Small School COVID-19 Innovation Survey – a collaborative effort to assess performance and define best practices of small school districts in California.

 Click here to download a copy of the official press release.

 So little news coverage has shown the tremendous efforts and results of our membership. Our objective is to collect objective data that we can utilize in building our advocacy case for small school districts.

You will receive an invitation to the survey. Please support this research by completing the survey. It should take less than 20 minutes of your time. We hope to have the survey completed before budget release on June 15th, with an accelerated analysis to provide all of us with data to make informed decisions in our planning for Fall 2020.

 This is our opportunity to present a unified front demonstrating the capacity and agility of our membership. Please be sure to complete your survey so that your Districts’ performance and data can be included. Any District that would like an executive summary of your data compared to the whole or to like Districts will be accommodated to the degree possible based upon demand.

 Thanks for all you do. The small schools of California have much to be proud of in our response to the COVID-19 Spring Semester Crisis.