This article describes the school climate research carried out in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) by the Cleveland Alliance for Educational Research, a partnership between the CSMD, Cleveland State University, and American Institute for Research (AIR). "The goal of the partnership research is to identify the dimensions of school climate (e.g., safety, teacher expectations and support, and student relationships) that are predictive of student success..."Source:
Adam Voight, Education Week, March 26, 2018Description:
"In recent years, school climate has received increased attention in education policy, research, and practice. A positive school climate is one where members of the school community feel physically and emotionally safe, supported, challenged, and connected. Research and theory suggest that by improving a school's climate, positive education and developmental outcomes for students will follow."Read the full article here!