A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO MEASURING STUDENT SUCCESS
For over 40 years, the Gallup Education Practice has studied the success of education systems and the key factors that impact student performance. As a thought leader in education, Gallup research and insights inform discussions from local school boards to University classrooms to national debates.
NOW IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND! The Gallup Student Poll tracks the hope, engagement, and well-being of students in years 5 through 12. It is a measure that captures the YOUTH VOICE, a critical but too often missing part of the national dialogue surrounding student performance and success.
HOPE, ENGAGEMENT, AND WELL-BEING results fill the data void, helping schools, districts, and community leaders to build more effective, holistic strategies aimed at student success.
The Gallup Student Poll adds clarity to the discussion around the purpose and utility of non-cognitive measures and their relevance to student success. The poll measures student hope for the future, engagement with school, and well-being - factors that have been shown to drive students' grades, achievement scores, retention, and future employment. View the March 2015 Report.
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ADD THE VOICE OF AUSTRALIA'S AND NEW ZEALAND'S YOUTH TO THE DIALOGUE AND HELP ENSURE A POSITIVE FUTURE FOR ALL STUDENTS
Gallup also helps students, staff, and faculty achieve academic, career, and personal success through Clifton Youth StrengthsExplorer for students ages 10 to 14, StrengthsQuest for students over the age of 14, and through the Gallup Strengths Center for adults.
All data collected by the Gallup Student Poll is stored, aggregated, and analysed by Gallup. Data are reported by school and by district and are accessible via an online scorecard. Under no circumstances will Gallup reveal a student's individual item responses to anyone.
Armed with this new and ongoing research, parents, school districts, communities, states, and the country can pursue student success goals with proven and actionable data that can lead to significant improvements.