The Hope Survey

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The Hope Survey assesses students’ non-academic outcomes such as self-efficacy, optimism, and problem solving ability.

Teacher-powered teams that design and run schools often seek to assess students' achievement in areas beyond academics. A number of these teams use The Hope Survey as a tool to do that.

Data shows that as hope increases, so does the ability of students to improve academically in the areas of math and reading. With The Hope Survey, schools can build a strong data-driven decision making model which ties together relationships, relevance, and rigor through continuous school improvement.

The Hope Survey assesses students’ non-academic outcomes such as self-efficacy, optimism, and problem solving ability, which impact traditional academic achievement and influence success and quality of life outside of school.