Student voice is a key indicator of how schools are doing on the journey to create learning environments where every student feels safe, included, and empowered to achieve.
In this guide, you'll get access to:
- The complete Panorama Equity and Inclusion Survey, including topics and questions developed for students in grades 6-12
- Best practices for using the measures in your classroom, school, or district to collect valid and reliable data
- A summary of the research conducted by Dr. Samuel Moulton, research director at Panorama, and Dr. Hunter Gehlbach, vice dean of academic affairs at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education
- An overview of professional development for leaders and educators on using student voice data to advance equity
About the Panorama Equity and Inclusion Survey
The Panorama Equity and Inclusion Survey—developed in collaboration with the RIDES Project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education—is the first evidence-based survey designed to capture students’ experiences of equity and inclusion in school. Panorama’s survey can be used in any middle or high school community that values diversity, equity, and inclusivity. Learn more →