The Student Voice Survey is a classroom level reporting system used to provide formative feedback and evidence of effectiveness to classroom teachers and school administrators. Additionally, it is one source of evidence used to determine an educator's Overall Professional Practice Rating.
Teachers and administrators garner this valuable feedback via a survey of 3rd through 12th grade students, who report on their classroom experiences including teaching practices and learning conditions.
Read more about student surveys from Sarah Brown Wessling, a National Teacher of the Year, in a Q and A titled "They Are the Experts".
Student Voice in the OPGES Pilot
Student Voice questions and directions are now available.
Student Voice for the OPGES Pilot will only be administered in the spring. The survey will not be completed in Infinite Campus, but rather through a district chosen alternative method such as paper pencil, scantron or online survey method.
OPGES pilot participants have from January 19, 2015 through March 25, 2015 to have students they serve complete the OPGES Student Voice survey.