On March 8 2011, IEE’s Culture of Excellence & Ethics Assessment (CEEA) surveys were included in the School Climate Survey Compendium compiled by the Safe and Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center of the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools. The review of the psychometric information conducted by the S3 TAC recognizes the surveys included in the Compendium as valid and reliable assessment tools that can be used for school climate needs assessment: http://safesupportiveschools.ed.gov/index.php?id=133.
The initial list consists of 8 instruments. Of these, only two instruments are publicly available, and CEEA surveys are one of these two options. IEE is proud of this accomplishment and expresses gratitude to the John Templeton and Sanford N. McDonnell Foundations for their financial support, as well as to students, staff, and parents in many schools and districts across the country that participated in pilot- and field-testing of the current version of CEEA surveys in 2009 and 2010.
CEEA surveys version 4.5 are the result of 10 years of intensive design and testing work. In-depth information about the survey history, theoretical background, psychometrics, sample forms and reports, as well as assessment services offered by IEE, can be found on our website: