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SAN JOSE, CA – The Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) today announced a survey for the parents of students in Santa Clara County. Survey data will assist schools and the county office of education as they plan for the fall.
While decisions about school recovery and reopening will be necessarily anchored in guidance from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and the California Department of Education, parent feedback and perspectives are also critical in informing plans for the 2020-21 school year.
“As we plan for the 2020-21 school year, we want to ensure these plans address the needs and concerns of children and their families,” said Santa Clara County Superintendent, Dr. Mary Ann Dewan. “In an effort to better understand the possible complexities and be truly effective, SCCOE has provided parents with a survey intended to gauge their readiness and needs regarding next school year.’’
The topics addressed in this survey include among others, how parents have received and accessed information during school closures, general thoughts and feelings about the potential reopening of physical school buildings, and their experiences with distance learning.
Plans to open physical buildings will be directed by the guidance provided by the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and the California Department of Education.