Spring 2021 HSSSE and MGSSE registrations are now open! See important information and registration links below.
COVID-19 Update (1/6/2021)
Are your students currently remote learning? Or is your school not sure what this spring will bring? HSSSE and MGSSE can still be administered whether your students are remote or in the classroom. No matter how your students are learning this spring, data about their engagement can provide valuable insights to teachers and administrators.
Are your students currently remote learning and you are worried about response rates to HSSSE and/or MGSSE? Many of our participating Spring 2020 schools had students remote and still saw response rates over 80%.
To provide additional insights about how students engage remotely/online, all Spring 2021 surveys will include supplementary questions for students who are learning remotely. Data for these additional questions will be included in your Executive Summary report and raw data files.
While our staff are currently working remotely, we continue to be available to help you and your schools. If you have any questions or concerns about administering HSSSE or MGSSE, please contact us at email@example.com.
HSSSE and MGSSE Registration for NAIS
January 6th – Registration Opens
January 19th – Survey Administration Begins
April 16th – Registration for Paper Surveys Ends
May 14th – Registration for Online Surveys Ends
Paper surveys must be in the mail for return
May 28th – Survey Administration Ends
End of August/Early September 2021 – Reports distributed to schools
Note on HSSSE and MGSSE Paper Versions
We will continue to offer HSSSE and MGSSE paper surveys in Spring 2021. As our staff are working remotely, please allow at least 2-3 weeks from the day you register for us to return to the office and prepare and ship your paper surveys. If you need paper surveys sooner, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about expedited shipping costs.
Additionally, HSSSE and MGSSE paper surveys do not include the supplementary questions about remote/online learning, nor do they include the option for the new sex/gender question wording.