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THRIVE RICHMOND SURVEY RESULTS

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THRIVE RICHMOND
SURVEY RESULTS: 2018
WHAT TYPES OF GROUPS ARE REPRESENTED?
Youth Support/Mentorship Groups - 28%
Education/Leadership Groups - 21%
Health/Outdoors/Transportation Groups - 14% 
Legal/Social Justice Groups - 10%
Schools - 10%
Foundations - 10%
Faith Based Groups - 7%
WHAT GROUPS ARE MISSING?
-Discuss new ideas for increased parent engagement, keeping in mind what hasn't worked in the past
-Form committee groups around each top priority
-Consider/Discuss ways to realign resources in order to focus on top priority actions items and biggest areas of impact
Created By: Michael Digiacomo & Amy Webb 
SUGGESTIONS FOR NEXT MEETING
Disabled Student Advocacy Groups
Homeless Student Advocacy Groups
Refugee Student Advocacy Groups
Non-English Speaking Student Groups 
28%
OF THESE GROUPS ARE FOCUSED ON YOUTH SUPPORT & MENTORSHIP
TOP PRIORITIES

1.Educational Equity (41%)
2.Engage Parents & Families (35%)
3.Teachers & Staff (31%)
4.Resources & Funding (31%) 
PRIMARY TAKE-AWAY
According to the results, over 50% of respondents are working on parent engagement but it is also listed as an area that needs more focus. What has been done? What do we need to do better? Where's the disconnect?
BIGGEST AREAS OF IMPACT
Citywide/Regional Impact
School Climate
Parent Engagement
Partnerships
Advocacy 
over 50%
OF RESPONDENTS ARE WORKING ON PARENT ENGAGEMENT, CULTURE/CLIMATE, & K-12 STUDENTS