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Pinellas schools waving red flags

12

August

redflag2.jpgBy our count, there are 18 schools in Pinellas where staffers disagreed more than they agreed with this statement in the latest climate survey: "Teachers and administrators work well together at this school."

As we did last year, we simplified things by adding together the percentages that "agree" and "strongly agree" and the percentages that "disagree" and "strongly disagree."

Some of these schools have new principals. Some don't. Here's the round-up by school level:

The number of survey respondents at each school is in parantheses.

High schools

* Boca Ciega: 31.7 percent agree, 36.7 percent disagree (65)

* Dunedin: 27.1 percent agree, 39.6 percent disagree (50)

* Gibbs: 38.9 percent agree, 44.5 percent disagree (80)

* Lakewood: 36.6 percent agree, 53.3 percent disagree (62)

* Seminole: 37.2 percent agree, 38.6 percent disagree (79)

Middle schools

* Azalea: 29.3 percent agree, 46.3 percent disagree (42)

* Clearwater Intermediate: 35.7 percent agree, 50.0 percent disagree (28)

* Largo: 28.2 percent agree, 38.4 percent disagree (42)

* Meadowlawn: 24.3 percent agree, 45.9 percent disagree (42)

* Pinellas Park: 35.5 percent agree, 51.6 percent disagree (32)

Elementary schools

* Fairmount Park: 14.3 percent agree, 66.6 percent disagree (23)

* Mildred Helms: 17.9 percent agree, 60.7 percent disagree (30)

* Northwest: 28.0 percent agree, 56.0 percent disagree (27)

* Sandy Lane: 6.3 percent agree, 81.2 percent disagree (35)

* Starkey: 19.5 percent agree, 52.8 percent disagree (38)

* Sutherland: 35.0 percent agree, 50.0 percent disagree (21)

* Tarpon Springs Fundamental: 10.0 percent agree, 90.0 percent disagree (12)

Exceptional education

* Hamilton Disston: 5.7 percent agree, 85.7 percent disagree (36)

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[Last modified: Thursday, August 12, 2010 6:06pm]

    

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