School Improvement Self Study

CPRD’s School Improvement Self-Study (SISS) is a user-friendly data collection system for assessing teachers, students, administrators, and parents on key school-related factors related to academic and social-emotional outcomes. The Self-Study Surveys help middle schools and high schools gather valid and reliable data about instructional, classroom, and administrative practices, and how these factors impact instructional and student learning. SISS provides a comprehensive tool to evaluate and assess the educational experiences of all students, especially as it pertains to academic achievement. SISS is then used for continuous school improvement planning based on data from students, teachers, parents, and administrators. CPRD also provides training and technical assistance to support the use of the SISS data and information.