Bradley, IL – Local Schools Emphasize Key Success Indicators in Upcoming Survey


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Bradley, IL – The Bradley Elementary School District #61 is calling on parents to engage in the Illinois 5Essentials Survey, an initiative beginning January 30, designed to enhance educational effectiveness. According to the district’s communication, this survey aims to delve into the critical elements shaping a child’s school experience and outcomes.

Administered online by UChicago Impact at the University of Chicago, the survey seeks parent input on five key indicators: Effective Leaders, Collaborative Teachers, Involved Families, Supportive Environments, and Ambitious Instruction. Previous studies have shown schools strong in at least three of these “Essentials” often see substantial gains in math and reading scores.

The survey, endorsed by the Illinois State Board of Education, will also include responses from teachers and 4th through 8th-grade students, with findings contributing to the May 2024 State School Report Card. Parents can visit to participate, with assurances of confidentiality and a focus on actionable improvement.


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