This report presents results from the 2015 Gallup Student Poll survey conducted nationwide in America's schools with more than 900,000 students in grades five through 12. A total of 3,300 schools participated in the 2015 Gallup Student Poll, representing over 550 unique school districts across 46 states. The 24 core items on the survey measure four dimensions of student success:
Notice the downward trend in engagement as student progress in school.
We have too many students who feel stuck or discouraged. How can we change that?
Students will tell us how they feel if only we ask - and more importantly - if we listen.
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