Wake County school system conducting online survey for strategic plan

06/18/2014 12:41 PM

06/18/2014 12:42 PM

The Wake County school system is asking school employees, parents and community members to take an online survey that will be used to help develop a new strategic plan for educating students.

The survey will collect feedback on what people feel are the most important things the school district needs to focus on for its students. Survey respondents will be asked to rank the importance of items such as offering a curriculum that includes arts and music and preparing students to go to college.

Wake has gotten around 7,000 responses, mostly from parents, since the survey went live on June 9. People have until 5 p.m. Friday to take the survey.

Go to svy.mk/1lDb9lH to take the brief, anonymous survey.


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