If your children attend Defense Department schools, consider taking a few minutes to do a survey.
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Students and their parents have a chance to grade their Defense Department schools in a 20-minute online survey.
The anonymous survey is open to students in grades four through 12, and to parents of the more than 84,000 students enrolled in grades pre-kindergarten through 12 in Defense Department schools overseas and on U.S. military bases.
The voluntary Customer Satisfaction Survey, conducted every two years by the Department of Defense Education Activity, is open through Feb. 28.
The survey is available at www.dodea.edu; click on the Customer Satisfaction Survey icon.
The 35 questions cover the areas of overall education, assessment, technology, student support and communication. Students and parents can grade their own school, as well as the overall Defense Department school system, on a scale of A, B, C, D or Fail. It also asks whether 16 issues, such as crime, are a problem.