We’re excited to work with Gallup, the global analytics and advice firm, on a new edition of their annual Gallup Student Poll.
Understanding What Students Need
The OE/Gallup Poll will focus exclusively on students in Florida, and will run from 2023 through 2027. The Poll will measure students’ engagement and sense of self-efficacy as learners, and will evaluate the connection between student engagement and performance. The Poll will also address student perceptions of how they learn best, what supports they benefit from, and what school and out-of-school programs can help them succeed. The Poll’s results will help educators and policy makers better understand and support Florida schools as they improve student engagement and performance.
All Florida schools with students in grades 5-12 are invited to participate. Participating schools will receive school-specific reports, and state-wide data will be released to the public beginning in January, 2024.
Enrollment will open soon — sign up with Gallup to receive a notification and include your school in the Poll.
“If we want to raise students’ performance, first we have to address their learning engagement. This collaboration between Gallup and Opportunity Education will generate critically important insights into students’ engagement, learning and success. These polls will help us continue to create programs and resources to ensure students succeed in this rapidly changing world.”
– J. Joe Ricketts, Opportunity Education Founder & CEO
“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the Opportunity Education Foundation to bring the Gallup Student Poll to the state of Florida. This collaboration aligns perfectly with Gallup’s mission to help people and organizations worldwide achieve their full potential through the power of data-driven insights. By working together, we can give Florida students a unique opportunity to measure their engagement, hope, and well-being in school, critical factors for future success. We believe this initiative can help create a brighter future for Florida’s youth, and we look forward to seeing its positive impact on their lives and communities.”