2/10/2014
What’s the Consortium?


Group of public
school districts who
join together to
capture, monitor and
share data

monitor
c...
What does this mean?




Centralized database of comparative
information for Program Evaluations
(eventually Climate Stu...
What’s the benefit?



Good, reliable data
Peers in education sharing valuable ideas,
tips and processes to enhance lear...
How does it work?
1.
2.
3.
4.

•District assembles names and email addresses of key audiences
•Key audiences: parents, sta...
How does it work (cont.)?
5.
6.
7.

•Survey findings are analyzed and a professional research report is
written (10 days a...
Addition Help Available


Additional data can be added
 Telephone survey
 Focus group
 One-on-one interview



Experi...
Annual fee or minimum requirement
for doing survey?



No annual fee
Required to complete one survey annually
to remain ...
Where did this idea come from?





Patron Insight was approved by Kearney
School District in Kearney, MO to assist wit...
How to get started?
Tell us you’re
interested!
 We’ll send you the
initial Interest
Survey and work
with you to create
wh...
Thank you!
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Patron insight Best Practice Consortium

  1. 1. 2/10/2014
  2. 2. What’s the Consortium?  Group of public school districts who join together to capture, monitor and share data monitor capture share Inform better decision-making
  3. 3. What does this mean?   Centralized database of comparative information for Program Evaluations (eventually Climate Studies, Satisfaction Surveys, etc.) Affordably priced and produced using professional research standards
  4. 4. What’s the benefit?   Good, reliable data Peers in education sharing valuable ideas, tips and processes to enhance learning
  5. 5. How does it work? 1. 2. 3. 4. •District assembles names and email addresses of key audiences •Key audiences: parents, staff, non-parent patrons and key opinion leaders • Patron Insight creates an online “Interest Survey” • District sends survey to all email addresses (via a link) requesting participants self-select their interest level in various school facilities, programs and activities •District chooses a Program to evaluate from our extensive list of District Programs and using our Program Evaluation Template (or your own) • District completes internal input while survey questionnaire is prepared by one of our research professionals • Once approved by district, survey is distributed to those individuals who have opted in and/or would logically have valuable input to the District Program
  6. 6. How does it work (cont.)? 5. 6. 7. •Survey findings are analyzed and a professional research report is written (10 days after survey closing) •District inserts survey findings into the Program Evaluation Template and presents results internally •Evaluations are posted on the Consortium website (password protected and only accessible by members) •Districts use peer-to-peer comparisons and contact fellow Consortium members to learn about their District Programs to enhance their education efforts
  7. 7. Addition Help Available  Additional data can be added  Telephone survey  Focus group  One-on-one interview  Experienced PhD/EdD-level Educators available for complete turn-key evaluations  Includes producing and presenting the finished report as desired
  8. 8. Annual fee or minimum requirement for doing survey?   No annual fee Required to complete one survey annually to remain in the Consortium
  9. 9. Where did this idea come from?    Patron Insight was approved by Kearney School District in Kearney, MO to assist with sate-mandated Program Evaluations The Best Practices Consortium grew from there For an educator’s opinion, please contact:  Dr. Bill Nicely, Kearney School District Superintendent- 816-628-4116
  10. 10. How to get started? Tell us you’re interested!  We’ll send you the initial Interest Survey and work with you to create whatever Program Evaluation surveys you are interested in doing.  Patron Insight will work with you Tell us you’re interested! Contact; Rick Nobles 913.484.0920 rick@patroninsight.com
  11. 11. Thank you!

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