2016 Alaska School Climate Statewide Report
The School Climate and Connectedness Survey (SCCS) is a voluntary statewide survey taken by students and staff since 2006, developed by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) in partnership with AASB. It measures positive school climate, how connected students feel to adults and peers, social and emotional learning, and observed risk behaviors at school or school events.
43,872 students, 8,282 staff and 29 school districts took the School Climate and Connectedness Survey in 2016. Check out the statewide report to see how Alaska students and staff viewed their school climate in 2016, including whether they felt safe, connected to peers and adults, and motivated to do well in school; all factors that impact student success.