Grade 10-12 Student Survey re: COVID-19 Impacts on Learning

 

The Ministry of Education wants to hear from grade 10-12 students about the impact of COVID-19 on their learning. This survey will be emailed to all B.C. Secondary Schools to be distributed to their grade 10-12 student and parent contact lists this week, and will be open throughout July.

Students are asked to complete this survey only once.   A. Willock Information Systems (AWIS) is an authorized service provider and a trusted contractor distributing this survey on behalf of the Ministry of Education.

The purpose of this survey is to help our schools and the Ministry of Education better understand the effects of the suspension of in-class instruction due to COVID-19 on their learning.  This survey is voluntary, and a response is encouraged, not required.  Please do not provide any third-party information (e.g., talk about others) in your responses to the survey.  Students are welcome to pass the survey link on to other grade 10–12 BC public and independent school students for their individual use.  If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Olsen at Jessica.Olsen@gov.bc.ca.

COVID 19 Impact Survey (English)

COVID 19 Impact Survey (French)

The information you provide is collected by the Ministry of Education in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA, BC) sections 26 (c) and (e), and will be used to assess the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic on students’ learning and to improve educational program delivery. Should you have any questions about the collection of this personal information please contact the Director, Outreach, Analytics and Reporting, Ministry of Education, EDUC.ReportingUnit@gov.bc.ca, Ministry of Education Governance and Analytics Division PO Box 9146 Stn Prov Gov, 5th Floor, 620 Superior St., Victoria, BC V8W 9H1.

 

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Message From Minister Flemming

More information

  • 5-stage K-12 Restart plan
  • Accurate, timely information about schools, programs and educational services, including regularly updated frequently asked questions in multiple languages, is available at www2.gov.bc.ca/SafeSchools
  • For the provincial health officer’s orders, notices and guidance, visit: www2.gov.bc.ca/phoguidance
  • The best source of COVID-19 health information can be found at the BC Centre for Disease Control website www.bccdc.ca
  • For Mental health and online safety support, all families have access to ERASE – Expect Respect and a Safe Education – available at www.erase.gov.bc.ca
  • If your child is struggling with a problem big or small, they can also call the Kids Help Line, a free resource available to them at 1-800-668-6868
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