Using NEA’s KEYS program, Pflugerville schools asked teachers, administrators, parents, school board members and others in the community how they thought the school system should be fixed. The result was a goldmine of valuable suggestions on how to change the schools to accommodate the stampede of new students.
Though the KEYS survey was only done this year, educators have already introduced major reforms to address problems revealed by the survey data, such as a lack of respect between teachers and administrators. And many people say that Pflugerville schools have already been transformed. Read the full story and check out the video at http://neapriorityschools.org/2010/11/29/keys-helps-pflugerville-schools-adapt.