Take this survey to find out how well your school is doing at challenging discrimination and making people feel safe and welcomed. This survey will help you determine what areas your school needs to improve on, in order to be more inclusive for people of all identities.
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If you scored 80-100%– Your school is doing an excellent job! We would love for you to share with other Social Changemakers what initiatives are happening at your school, on our Social Changemakers Blog.
If you scored 70-80%– Your school is doing a great job! Make sure to review your answers and see what other initiatives you can help implement.
If you scored 50-60%– Your school has started to do some good work. Make sure to review your answers and see what other initiatives you can help implement.
If below 50%-Not to worry, it is never to late to create social change. No school is perfect. You can start by reviewing your answers and determining where would be a good place for your school to start.
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Question 1 of 17
Does your school have a gender-neutral or single-use accessible washroom?
Question 2 of 17
Does your school have a Gay Straight Alliance(GSA) or club where LGBTQ+ identities feel safe and welcomed?
Question 3 of 17
Does your school have a breakfast club or nutrition program?
Question 4 of 17
If a student makes a racist comment do others usually:
Question 5 of 17
Do you hear students using “that’s so gay” or “that’s so retarded” at your school?
Question 6 of 17
Do students ever use the N word at school? For example, when greeting a friend or to target/discriminate someone?
Question 7 of 17
Do male students ever whistle, catcall or make physical/sexual remarks about female students?
Question 8 of 17
Are the female sports teams given equal importance and priority as the male teams? For example: Equal funding, gym and training time, access to equipment, promotion?
Question 9 of 17
If a new student of a different race came to your school, would they feel accepted and included?
Question 10 of 17
Do all students get to go on school trips regardless of how expensive it is?
Question 11 of 17
Are all religions celebrated or acknowledged at your school?
Question 12 of 17
Is your school fully wheel-chair accessible? (For example, are there wide doorways, ramps to enter and exit a building, a working elevator, washrooms on the main floor)
Question 13 of 17
If a same-sex couple were to walk down the hall of your school holding hands, how accepted do you think they would feel?
Question 14 of 17
In class, are accommodations made for students who learn differently? For example: Some students given more time to finish a test, different types of assignments offered to students to support the way they learn, teachers are available should students require extra support.
Question 15 of 17
Are students in the applied stream treated equally to those in the academic stream by all peers, teachers, and faculty?
Question 16 of 17
If a new student arrives at your school and is still learning to speak English, how will they be treated?
Question 17 of 17
In gym class all students are able to participate fully regardless of their physical ability or skill level?