Check-In Survey Now Available

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Measure Student Social and Emotional Well-being

We are thrilled to announce that Check-In Survey is now available to ERB member schools that purchased CTP Online or Milestones. The survey does not need to be administered at the same time as these assessments. Schools can now start administering the survey. 

What the Check-In Survey Covers

The quick survey includes academic, emotional, and fairness & belonging scales:

ERB’s Check-In Survey enables schools to quickly take the pulse of student attitudes about their emotional well-being, academic engagement, and fairness & belonging in their school community.

Academic Engagement

In the academic engagement section of the survey, students are asked to provide feedback on how they feel about their classes, their potential for success, and their teachers.

Emotional Well-being

There are five items in this section that focus on overall happiness and stress levels. This section measures how students feel about their daily interactions with their peers and school community.

Fairness & Belonging

Five statements in this section enable students to express their sense of belonging and of being treated fairly, along with their comfort level with being their authentic selves at school.

Schools will be able to review data in ERB’s 360 Access reporting platform at the grade level, establishing a baseline and then tracking well-being, and fairness & belonging over time.


Want to know more?

Submit the form below to receive additional information about the Check-In Survey.


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