Survey results jolt Union schools officials

January 29, 2019

Cleanliness, quality of extracurricular activities and student behavior all need improvement, according to the results of a districtwide survey of students, parents and staff in the township’s schools.

The Culture and Climate survey was distributed to four groups — school staff, elementary students, middle-high school students and parents — at the end of September with slightly varying questioned catered to its specific group. The results were presented to the school board at its Jan. 15 meeting.

The New Jersey Department of Education, along with the Bloustein Center for Survey Research at Rutgers, created and distributed the New Jersey School Climate Survey in 2012.

Union News Daily, January 28, 2019

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