Quality of Education Survey

Purpose:

The annual Quality of Education Survey is mandated by state law [NMSA 22-2C-11 D.] to allow parents the opportunity to provide anonymous feedback on their child’s education. The first 10 questions are the same for all schools and are set by the Public Education Department (PED). Five additional questions are constructed by district school boards and another five questions are developed by schools and teachers. The results from the survey are published in the School District Report Card on the PED website (“A to Z Directory,” “District Report Card”).

For Parents:

The survey will be available from Feburary 23th through May 1st.

Parents may log into this site to answer survey questions for their child’s school. The survey can display questions in both English and Spanish. Your answers will remain anonymous.

You will be asked to create a username, but you are not required to use your real name.

Parents may log in and answer survey questions every spring. This will help us collect meaningful data. The system will log your answers, but your answers are not tied to your name.

You will be asked to create a username, but you are not required to use your real name.

Parents may log in and answer survey questions once per year. This will help us collect meaningful data. The system will log which survey you requested and which questions are part of the survey, but your answers are not tied to your name.

For Quality of Education Survey District or School Administrators:

Administration may log into this site:

  • To verify the 10 district/school questions
  • Replace or remove questions
  • Review the responses of the survey as data is accumulated
  • Bulk data entry of responses if necessary

Your district must have a general administrator login. You may obtain this login information by emailing Janet Dawald at Janet Dawald.

For those districts who used the site last year, all survey questions have been brought forward into the new year. You have until February 19th to modify questions if necessary. On February 23th all surveys will go live (begin the survey collection window). On February 20th you will also have the ability to print one page versions of the survey to send home with students.

Districts and schools are responsible for keying paper surveys into the online site.

January 26th - Modifications of District and School questions opens
February 20th – Modifications of District and School questions closes
February 23th – Survey Collection Opens
May 1st – Survey Collection Closes
May 4th – State Data Review Opens
May 15h – State Data Review Closes – PED will certify the data

After the initial login, your main site administrator may add additional logins for support staff. If you were given a password/login from your local administrator and need assistance, you should contact your local site administrator before contacting the PED.