Los Angeles Times Reports on Hanover’s Survey Work for Burbank Unified School District

A recent article in the Los Angeles Times highlights Hanover Research’s climate survey research work for Burbank Unified School District.

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Over a period of about three weeks in September, more than 4,000 parents, students and staff members responded to a survey regarding the ‘climate’ in Burbank Unified’s schools and its services.

‘Climate’ refers to issues such as learning environment, safety, support services and educational programs, according to a district report on the survey results.

In all, 4,372 people responded to the survey, the majority of whom, at 2,923, were parents, followed by 856 district employees, 577 students and 16 community members.

A total of 65% of students who responded think schools ‘provide a positive learning environment,’ according to the district report. That figure climbed to 87% when parents answered the question and even higher — to 96% — when Burbank Unified employees responded…The survey was administered by Arlington, Va.- based Hanover Research Inc.

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