30 Years of Research. Proven Impact.
For over 30 years, Dr. Russell Quaglia and his team at the Quaglia Institute for Student Aspirations have been collecting information about what education stakeholders think, believe, and feel about their schools. The data from these surveys has shown time and time again that certain conditions must be present in school for students to reach their fullest potential.
|Student Voice Data Shows||Impact on Academic Motivation|
|56%||of students feel like they don't have a voice in decision making at school.||7x||When students believe that they have a voice and that teachers are willing to listen and learn from them, they are 7x more academically motivated!|
|54%||of students believe that their teachers don't care if they're absent from school.||6x||When students have a sense of Self-Worth, and that teachers care about them, they are 6x more academically motivated!|
|43%||of students think school is boring.||14x||Students that are meaningfully Engaged and feel that what they are learning will benefit their future, and 14x more academically motivated!|
|36%||of students believe that teachers know their hopes and dreams.||17x||Students that have a sense of Purpose, believe they can be successful, and are supported by their teachers, are 17x more academically motivated!|
|89%||of students feel that their teachers believe in them and expect them to be successful.||8x||When students feel that they are encouraged to try their best and are supported by their teachers, they are 8x more academically motivated!|
|31%||of students feel that students respect each other in their school.||4x||When students feel that students in their school are supportive and respect each other, they are 4x more academically motivated!|
|(Quaglia School Voice Report 2016)|