NetDay Speak Up Data for N-MUSD (Via Steve Glyer and Lainie McGann.) Steve Glyer, director of educational technology at the Newport-Mesa Unified School District (N-MUSD) just sent me an email, which included this bit:
You should check out the great site Lainie created to show case the just released NetDay data for the district. We had over 10,000 students, almost 700 teachers and almost 500 parents take the survey. Go to: www.nmusd.us/netday
N-MUSD is a cross section of very poor areas (90% second language and free and reduced lunch schools) and very rich areas (Newport Beach and Corona Del Mar), so this data is probably representative of much of California, and perhaps much of the country. You can inspect the results by school if you are interested.
If you participated in the survey at your site or district, the data is now available online: http://www.netday.org/SPEAKUP/speakup_your_data.htm