Stakeholder Satisfaction Survey for Cobb schools
by Lindsay Field
September 18, 2013 12:30 AM | 1025 views | 2 2 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
As part of Cobb Superintendent Michael Hinojosa’s evaluation process, the Cobb County Board of Education is seeking to gauge stakeholder satisfaction of the superintendent and the school system.

A survey last spring formed the baseline for the assessment.

The school board has hired Florida-based Kerr & Downs Research to survey a wide sample of the district’s stakeholders among Cobb County citizens, including parents, staff members, students, taxpayers at large and others.

The district is asking that of residents are contacted by a surveyor via email or telephone to please take a few minutes to provide their opinion by participating in the brief survey. Responses will be confidential and will be viewed only by Kerr & Downs Research.
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Cobb Taxpayer
September 18, 2013
Why are we spending money for an outside firm to do a survey on the Superintendent? Isn't this the job of the school board?

Since the board will not make public their evaluation of the superintendent, what makes you think they will release the survey results? "Responses will be confidential and will be viewed only Kerr & Downs Research," what does that mean?

Maybe we should ask for a survey of the board.
September 18, 2013
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