Report: Conducting Focus Groups to Develop a Comprehensive School Portrait
Report » Conducting Focus Groups to Develop a Comprehensive School Portrait
National Institute for Urban School Improvement, ; University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center,; Equity Alliance at ASU
National Institute for Urban School Improvement
This On Point is for all teachers who want to explore issues around conducting focus groups to develop a comprehensive school portrait. Focus groups are an effective means of collecting qualitative information that can be used to guide improvement planning and efforts. Building Leadership Teams can use focus groups to find out almost anything about the climate, day-to-day operations, and individual perceptions of the school. Conducting focus group can help in developing a comprehensive school portrait.