NV-SCSEL Student and Staff Survey Reports
State scores presented on these reports may not be comparable across survey administrations due to different populations taking the survey.
Please use caution when interpreting school climate survey results from the 2020-21 school year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, participation rates were lower than in prior years, raising the potential for bias on survey results. In addition, many students who took the survey were learning through remote or hybrid models.
The NV-SCSEL survey was administered for the first time in the fall semester. Please use caution when comparing scores from the 2019-20 fall survey administration to scores from prior survey administrations, which were during spring semesters.
A change was made to the NV-SCSEL scoring algorithms during the 2017-18 NV-SCSEL survey administration; scores were updated to align with the updated U.S. Department of Education’s benchmark performance level categories. Aligning the scale scores with these benchmarks increases the utility of the scores by noting whether the students' perceptions of the school represent conditions that are "most favorable", "favorable", or "least favorable" for each climate construct. NV-SCSEL scores from 2017-18 onward can be interpreted as:
- 100 - 299 - Least favorable conditions
- 300 - 400 - Favorable conditions
- 401 - 500 - Most favorable conditions
All state benchmark scores presented in 2016-17 school reports are 2015-16 spring state scores. 2016-17 state benchmark scores are available by request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the filters below to select the reports that interest you. If school climate surveys were administered in both semesters of a school year (depending on the school district or charter), the semester with the most district participation is pre-selected for you. To get reports for all schools in a district or charter, download the zip file(s) located at the top of your results list.