The results of a 2001 EdSource survey showed that a substantial number of California's high school and middle school principals were taking California's new academic standards seriously and were optimistic that their schools could raise student achievement consistent with the state's increased expectations. This report summarizes what the 620 principals who responded to our survey had to say.
- To download the survey form sent to middle school principals, click here.
- To download the survey form sent to high school principals, click here.
For an in-depth discussion of the survey findings, see our report on the survey: California's New Academic Standards Take Hold.
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