LCS Survey Shows Majority of Principals & Teachers Do Not Feel Safe Reopening – Tallahassee Reports



Leon County Colleges (LCS), as an element of the reopening colleges course of, despatched out a survey to lecturers and principals asking in they felt “protected with college reopening?”

The responses as present by LCS are proven under.

The knowledge exhibits {that a} majority of lecturers in solely 2 of the 24 elementary colleges felt protected with reopening. Solely 25% of elementary college principals felt protected with reopening.

Within the 9 center colleges, a majority of lecturers felt protected with reopening at one college – Griffin Center Faculty. The survey outcomes point out that 34% of center college principals felts protected with reopening.

Of the seven excessive colleges, responses confirmed that 51% of the lecturers at Leon Excessive Faculty felt protected. Two colleges – Lincoln & Heritage Path – have been cut up 50-50. And the bulk of lecturers at Chiles, Godby, SAIL, and Rickards didn’t really feel in regards to the reopening.

The responses of highschool principals point out that 38% felt protected about reopening colleges.

Elementary Faculty Responses


Center Faculty and Excessive Faculty Responses




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