Staff and faculty responsible for K-12 programming requested to complete survey

The Johns Hopkins University Office of Government, Community and Economic Partnerships is taking an inventory of all Johns Hopkins engagement in K-12 schools, systemwide. If you are a staff, faculty member, or student responsible for a permanent, JHU-based program that operates in K-12 schools or with K-12 students, your participation is critical to this effort.

We're asking you to take eight to 10 minutes to complete this survey by April 1.

The survey is in line with a presidential initiative to catalog total systemwide investment in K-12 programming. Responses to this survey will provide an immediate snapshot of the current shape and scale of JHU K-12 programming. The results will also help orient a longer-term effort to facilitate knowledge-sharing and collaboration across JHU schools and divisions.

The survey requests information regarding program type, college and career placement, location of K-12 school partners, student demographics, funding sources, onboarding processes, self-evaluation, and data collection.

There is no need for multiple people involved with the same program to each fill out a survey; where relevant, please consult with your team about who is best suited to share data about your work.