Arkansas Department of Education Division of Elementary and Secondary Education High Reliability School Survey Window Open January 24th to February 10th

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Memo Number
COM-23-074
Memo Date
1/18/2023
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Informational
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Central Administration
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DESE, in partnership with Marzano Research, continues to offer statewide support for the High Reliability School (HRS) survey.  The final survey window for the 2022-2023 school year will be open from January 24th – February 10th.  Levels 1, 2, and 3 will be available in both English and Spanish.  Survey data will be collected and analyzed by Hanover Research, and a report will be returned to schools by March 15th.  

 

A checklist containing instructions and survey links will be placed into the Arkansas Digital Locker (adelocker.arkansas.gov) on the morning of January 24th.  

 

 

For an overview of HRS and the survey process, schools may consider the following session:

January 19th -  Preparing for HRS Survey/HRS Overview with Shelley Gies Session #486864

 

For help with HRS report interpretation and next steps, schools may consider the following session:

March 29th  - HRS Survey: Setting Priorities Based on Results with Shelley Gies Session #486865

  • How to interpret the survey results?  
  • How to prioritize the needs based on survey results?  
  • What lagging indicators support the leading indicators?
  • How to seek HRS certification?
  • What are the next steps?

 

 

Additional information can be found at: https://dese.ade.arkansas.gov/Offices/special-projects/high-reliability-schools-hrs-in-arkansas

 

For questions regarding the HRS survey, please contact Jeff Killingsworth at jeff.killingsworth@ade.arkansas.gov

 

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