The Special Education/IDEA Parent Survey is open now through May 31, 2021.
Georgia’s parent survey is available to all families of students with disabilities and helps the state to determine parents’ perception of the success of parent engagement between the local school and themselves. The information is gathered as a component of the State Performance Plan, Indicator 8: Percent of parents with a student receiving special education services who report that schools facilitated parent involvement as a means of improving results for children with disabilities. The data collected is reported in the Annual Performance Report and on the system profile about each system. Each state is required to conduct a parent survey collection process to measure parent/family needs and perceptions.
Why are you being asked to complete a statewide survey?
In order for all students to graduate prepared to achieve a lifetime of success, families need to be an important part of the school team. It is critical that the GaDOE assist local school systems in partnering with families to raise the achievement rate for students with disabilities. Completing this survey will
assist in achieving this goal.
Who is being surveyed?
The GaDOE is surveying parents of students with disabilities throughout Georgia.
What will be done with the information collected?
GaDOE Division of Special Education will work collaboratively with Parent to Parent of Georgia (P2P), the statewide Parent Training Information Center, to identify needs in family involvement within the state and local districts based on statewide survey results.
Why do you want to know my child’s ethnicity & disability?
Geographic area, ethnicity, and disability group data is collected to ensure the results are valid and reflect the overall demographics of the state. Be sure to indicate ethnicity as re-quested.
Who can help me if I have questions?
If you have questions, please contact your Parent Mentor: Jennifer Anderson, email@example.com 404.334.4790 ext. 2198