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  • Review school climate survey data to identify areas of strength and areas for growth in creating welcoming, safe, and productive learning environments for all students. 
    • Be sure to disaggregate data by grade, gender identity, and race/ethnicity (as well as sexual orientation for the middle/high survey.)
  • Schedule post-survey focus groups for students and families/caregivers. 
    • The group must be as diverse as your school (multiple grade levels represented, students who excel academically, students who have a harder time, students of color, students across multiple gender identities and sexual orientation, etc).
    • Use questions such as those in above activities to identify expectations/agreements that build on strengths and address needs identified in the school climate survey.
  • Share school climate data with staff and invite input for identifying new expectations/agreements or reviewing current expectations/agreements.
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