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Science for All Survey Results (in text)

Question 1: We have a strong inquiry-based science program in our school.

17% definitely agree
30% mostly agree
33% slightly agree
20% cannot agree

Question 2: We actively include students with disabilities in regular education science programs (e.g., they are included in curriculum and assessment).

23% definitely agree
33% mostly agree
27% slightly agree
17% cannot agree

Question 3: There is time in the schedule for teachers and specialists to meet together to plan and debrief.

3% definitely agree
10% mostly agree
47% slightly agree
40% cannot agree

Question 4: We have an ongoing professional development program in science.

16.5% definitely agree
47% mostly agree
16.5% slightly agree
20% cannot agree

Question 5: We have an ongoing professional development program in inclusion.

3.3% definitely agree
13.3% mostly agree
40% slightly agree
43.4% cannot agree

Question 6: We have an ongoing professional development program in technology.

20% definitely agree
30%  mostly agree
37% slightly agree
13% cannot agree

Question 7: Teachers have access to a variety of technology applications to be used with students who have disabilities.

10% definitely agree
10% mostly agree
43% slightly agree
37% cannot agree

Question 8: Teachers have access to a variety of technology applications to be used with students who DO NOT have disabilities.

23.3% definitely agree
30% mostly agree
33.4% slightly agree
13.3% cannot agree

 

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