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1 of 6. Readicide Appendix D. 1. Our school "values reading." Do we all agree what this means? Response. Percent. Response. Count yes. 50.0%. 8 no. 31.3%.

Readicide Appendix D 1. Our school "values reading." Do we all agree what this means? Response

Response

Percent

Count

yes

50.0%

8

no

31.3%

5

not sure

18.8%

3

answered question

16

skipped question

0

2. Is our quest for higher mandated test scores harming our students' long-term reading prospects? Response

Response

Percent

Count

yes

37.5%

6

no

37.5%

6

not sure

25.0%

4

answered question

16

skipped question

0

3. Is it true that as our students progress from grade to grade their dislike of reading intensifies? Response

Response

Percent

Count

yes

18.8%

3

no

43.8%

7

not sure

37.5%

6

answered question

16

skipped question

0

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4. Is our treatment of struggling readers helping to lift them out of the remedial reading track? Response

Response

Percent

Count

yes

6.7%

1

no

60.0%

9

not sure

33.3%

5

answered question

15

skipped question

1

5. Are remedial readers even farther behind when they leave high school than they were when they entered high school? Response

Response

Percent

Count

yes

6.3%

1

no

0.0%

0

not sure

93.8%

15

answered question

16

skipped question

0

Response

Response

Percent

Count

6. Are the same students mired in remedial classes year after year?

Yes

43.8%

7

No

12.5%

2

No sure

43.8%

7

answered question

16

skipped question

0

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7. Is the percentage of our students who love reading dwindling? Response

Response

Percent

Count

Yes

37.5%

6

No

18.8%

3

Not sure

43.8%

7

answered question

16

skipped question

0

Response

Response

Percent

Count

8. Are our students reading enough academic material?

Yes

26.7%

4

No

33.3%

5

Not Sure

40.0%

6

answered question

15

skipped question

1

Response

Response

Percent

Count

9. Are our students reading enough recreational materials?

Yes

18.8%

3

No

56.3%

9

Not Sure

25.0%

4

answered question

16

skipped question

0

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10. Is width (coverage) drowning depth? Response

Response

Percent

Count

Yes

62.5%

10

No

12.5%

2

Not sure

25.0%

4

answered question

16

skipped question

0

Response

Response

Percent

Count

11. Are our students being trained to think deeply?

Yes

37.5%

6

No

50.0%

8

Not Sure

12.5%

2

answered question

16

skipped question

0

12. Do you think that intensive test focus has translated to deeper reading on other test assessments (e.g. SAT)? Response

Response

Percent

Count

Yes

12.5%

2

No

31.3%

5

Not sure

56.3%

9

answered question

16

skipped question

0

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13. Do you know that there is evidence that testing focus actually decreases students' college readiness? Response

Response

Percent

Count

Yes

31.3%

5

No

50.0%

8

Not sure

18.8%

3

answered question

16

skipped question

0

14. Are we out of balance (teaching for authentic purposes versus teaching for political purposes)? Response

Response

Percent

Count

Yes

56.3%

9

No

18.8%

3

Not sure

25.0%

4

answered question

16

skipped question

0

Response

Response

Percent

Count

15. Which best describes your position?

Content area teacher

50.0%

8

SPED or curriculum support

37.5%

6

Administrator

12.5%

2

answered question

16

skipped question

0

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16. Which best describes your range of experience according to grade level experience? Response

Response

Percent

Count

K-12

12.5%

2

Middle only (5-8)

18.8%

3

Elementary and Middle (K-8)

31.3%

5

Middle and HS (5-12)

37.5%

6

answered question

16

skipped question

0

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