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 an on-line survey of 3rd through 12th grade students, who report on their classroom experiences including teaching practices and learning conditions.
The OPGES Steering Committee is currently evaluating the questions in the Student Voice Survey to determine their applicability to the unique situations of Other Professionals. Please visit the TPGES Student Voice page for more information.