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SurveyWorks Resource Center

SurveyWorks is a statewide survey sent out annually to hear from Rhode Islanders directly about their experiences in our state's public schools. 

The 2019-20 Survey is now open! 

If you have your code, you can take the survey HERE 



Below are helpful resources for anyone interested in learning more about the survey and for communicating to the entire school community. 

Response Rates - Updated!

SurveyWorks! Compare School Responses: February 2019 to February 2020:

One month into SurveyWorks, you can see how your responses compare to last year at this time. If you select your district and school you can print out a simple chart to share with your school community.

 Coming Soon...

Response Rate Dashboard

If you have any questions, please contact Peg Votta (margaret.votta@ride.ri.gov) or contact the Help Desk: support+ride@panoramaed.com. Thank you for your continued efforts.

Site Coordinators

Welcome SurveyWorks Site Coordinators and thank you for helping your school participate in the SurveyWorks program! Below are materials to help you manage the survey process.

Click on the buttons below to view slides or hear the webinar recording. 


New material will be added throughout the Survey process!

Questions? Contact Peg Votta or support+ride@panoramaed.com

Communications Materials

Check out these helpful tools to ensure survey success!


Social Media Graphics:

Sample Surveys

Below are samples of each survey. Please keep in mind that these are samples ONLY. You will not be able to complete the surveys using these links. 


Press and Media Information

Press Materials

Social Media Graphics:

SurveyWorks AllStars

SurveyWorks All-Stars

SurveyWorks is open from January 13th through March 31st. Check back here to see how schools are finding innovative ways to hear from their school communities! 


Using SurveyWorks Results:

SurveyWorks asks about chronic absenteeism. Check out this interactive data presentation to see how student responses may help you understand why students don't go to school.