Respond Now: Help Validate our School Compassionate Culture Survey

Please take 12-15 minutes to help validate our school climate scale. We are looking for K-8 teachers to respond. School leaders please forward to teachers at your school or district!

Our sincere thanks to teachers from 21 states, DC, and one Latin American Country who have already responded.

$750 in prizes to be awarded. Jan. 29 Deadline

Your responses will make a difference. S-CCATE (The School- Compassionate Culture Analytic Tool for Educators) is appropriate for K-8 schools and the validation study will be conducted with schools that offer services to at least one of these grades. The S-CCATE is based on a scientific review of the research and input from teams of principals and teacher leaders over a 7-year time period. If you care about mindfulness, empathy and compassion, courage, understanding trauma, restorative justice, positivity, and school morale, respond now. It should take teachers 12- 15 minutes to complete.

Click here to begin the survey.

Principals, please forward to your teachers to respond.
Kudos to Mantua Elementary in Fairfax, VA – over 40 Mantua teachers have already responded!  Also to Spartanburg, SC School District, where 45 teachers responded, and to Ypsilanti (MI) school district with 45 responses. Add your school to our list of top participating schools. If you care about children and want to make sure the things that are important to you are measured, we need your participation!

Prizes for Participation: Teachers can choose to enter a drawing for $50 Amazon gift cards – 10 cards will be awarded to teachers who respond by January 29. MEMPSA just announced: In addition to the $50 gift cards, MEMSPA is funding one grand prize – a $250 Amazon gift card.

Our thanks to MEMSPA (the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association)  for funding this validation study, and to Matt Bergey, doctoral student, and teacher at Upper Providence Elementary School in Royersford, PA, for his assistance in preparing and analyzing the survey data.  Thanks too to the Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association and Lead180 for their sponsorship of this validation study.



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