Registrations are open for the 2017 Gallup Student Poll for Years 5–12, with the research to be completed online by schools from 1 March through 1 April. The objective is to get a holistic view of students and to give them a voice on topics that are not currently being measured.
The survey is designed to provide local, actionable insights for principals and teachers to meet their students’ needs. Aspirational results can be tracked over time and can be used for strategic planning, benchmarking, pastoral care programs, identifying trouble spots, areas of opportunity and leadership development.
The survey measures three elements: Hope, Engagement, Well-being. There are 20 survey items, with Faith and Entrepreneur items as optional extras.
All data collected by the Gallup Student Poll are stored, aggregated, and analysed by Gallup. Data are reported by school and by district and are accessible via an online scorecard. Individual student responses are not released to schools or parents.
1 to 69 students $5.00 each
Primary Schools $350.00
Secondary schools $600.00
Combined Primary and Secondary $850.00
Students in schools in six states, totalling more than 11,000 students participated in the fourth iteration of the survey with results announced in August. Overall results are available at the Gallup website.