Thursday, 3 December 2015

NSW Audit Office: Learning and Support for Students With Disability Survey

Both families and school can are invited to provide feedback on how well the NSW Department of Education is managing the transition to school for students with disability, and supporting teachers to improve their educational outcomes, via a current NSW Audit Office survey:
The aim of this audit is to assess how well the NSW Department of Education (the Department) is managing the transition to school for students with disability, and supporting teachers to improve their educational outcomes. We aim to answer the following questions:
  • is the Department identifying and meeting the needs of students with disability when they transition to a new school?
  • is the Department effectively supporting teachers to achieve their desired learning outcomes for students with disability?
We have developed this survey to obtain feedback from families of students with disability and school staff in NSW public schools about their experiences. This includes both areas for improvement and examples of good practice.
The survey takes around 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
Both surveys will close 5 pm, Friday 18 December 2015.
Learning and support for students with disability in NSW public schools - to be completed by school principals and/or teachers in NSW public schools
We have developed this survey to obtain feedback from principals, teachers, and other school staff in NSW public schools about their experiences of teaching students with disability. This includes both areas for improvement and examples of good practice.
Learning and support for students with disability in NSW public schools - to be completed by families of school students with disability attending NSW public schools
We have developed this survey to obtain feedback from families of students with disability on their experiences in the NSW public school system. This includes both areas for improvement and examples of good practice.
Visit the NSW Audit Office page for further information and for links to the appropriate survey for you.

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