1998 Faculty/Student Technology Survey Results Comparison
Saint Ignatius High School

The following is a comparison of the results of the 1996-1998 Student Technology Survey and the 1997-1998 Faculty Technology Survey.

The faculty was given their survey in October 1998 as a follow up to the 1997 Faculty Technology Survey. 79 responses were received (including six from administrators) representing 80% of the faculty. It should be noted that since some of the questions (for example, Nos. 2, 5, and 7) had multiple responses, their totals might exceed 100%.

As a follow up to the Saint Ignatius High School Technology Committee's 1996 surveys, I surveyed my students at the beginning of each of the last three school years. These are some highlights from the results of these surveys.

In reading the student results, please keep in mind that:

  1. these were surveys of the students I teach only, not of our entire school population.

  2. in 1996, 94 of 96 students responded, in 1997, 93 of 95 students responded, and in 1998, 91 of 91 students responded.

  3. the percentages given represent the percentage of all possible students (out of 96, 95, and 91 families for 1996, 1997, and 1998 respectively), not the percentage of families that responded nor the percentage of families answering a particular question.

In reading both the faculty and student results, it may be helpful to know that two schoolwide Novell IntranetWare 4.11 fiber optic networks with e-mail access for faculty and universal T1 Internet access were installed in August 1997 and expanded in August 1998.

New! Original comparison spreadsheet data and charts are now available in an HTML viewable form.


Last Updated on 1/19/99
By Milton Alan Turner
MTurner@ignatius.edu or MAT@aol.com


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