Sharing survey results with students, parents and caregivers, and school staff is an easy way to engage the school community in the survey implementation process. These key stakeholders are more likely to see the survey as a meaningful tool to share their experiences when they have an opportunity to see the changes and results based on their feedback.
One way schools have communicated survey results with members of the school community has been through sharing "We Asked, You Said, We Say" statements and engaging survey participants in an active post-survey dialogue.
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