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  • Writer's pictureJoanne Jacobs

Students give their schools a B-

The good news is that two-thirds of students give their schools an A or B grade in a Gallup/Walton survey of students in grades 5 to 12. The not-so-good news is that averages to a B-.

Nearly half gave their school an A for "respecting who you are regardless of your race/ethnicity, gender and identity." "Keeping you physically safe" also did relatively well.

Teaching about potential careers and "making you excited about learning" earned the lowest grades, but eked out a C+.

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Jun 16, 2023

"Teaching you in ways that adapt to your unique learning needs"? If their asking about IEP's, then I can see the question; but it looks like they are asking about learning styles, which is both not really a thing, and an impossible thing to ask of a teacher with 20 students to individually cater to.

Ann in L.A.

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