DeKalb Schools (DCSD) sought updated stakeholder input on preferences for returning to school in a traditional or hybrid setting or remaining in distance/remote learning. DCSD also requested feedback relative to precautionary measures, transportation, and fall sports/activities.
Respondent data was aggregated to provide summaries. The survey window was open from September 8-18, 2020.
Points of Interest
In accordance with the Formula To Calculate Moving To Hybrid, the Cases Per 100K (Last 2 Weeks) has been trending back up as reported by the Georgia Department of Public Health Daily Status Report. Over the last few months, there have been a handful of days below 100 Cases Per 100K. I don’t see how the students in DeKalb Schools ever see the inside of a classroom again until the formula changes or a vaccine for COVID-19 comes out.
DCSD wanted to get newer stakeholder input to update it’s previous survey from June School Re-Opening Survey Results .
Key Findings (According To DeKalb Schools)
The following results indicate the current level of stakeholder comfort for returning to school.
Traditional Learning Model
Distance/Remote Learning Model
Hybrid Learning Model