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The first graph shows the parent participation rate (for the school and for the state, at this school’s level) over the past three years on the SALT Survey. Note that the participation rate is the percentage of students in the school whose parents participated in the survey. The next set of bar graphs shows the response of parents, students, and teachers in this school and statewide at this school’s levels to several specific questions on the SALT Survey regarding community support for schools.
These graphs show parental responses to five SALT Survey questions about how well the school works with parents on such issues as parent-teacher conferences, volunteering in the school, and issues and concerns regarding students and teacher responses to a SALT Survey question about parental involvement.
These four bar graphs show teacher responses to questions on the SALT Survey, both within the school and statewide at this school’s level, regarding their interactions with parents of their students.
Relatively high parent and teacher responses indicates strong and effective partnerships between parents and teachers. A high parent participation rate on the SALT Survey indicates significant parental involvement in the school. (You would like to see a low response to the student question regarding unsupervised time at home.)