Social Networking Survey and Summary

A colleague in Texas recently asked a few questions. Below is the survey, and once results come in, the summary of responses. Please take a few moments to impact Texas school district administrative procedure and policy by responding!

Survey


SUMMARY OF 169 RESULTS



Facebook
Yes
4633%
No
8762%
Other
75%
FacebookStudents
Yes
2014%
No
11481%
Other
64%
NonDistrictEmail
Yes
9769%
No
4029%
Other
32%
StudentDistrictEmail
Yes
6446%
No
6647%
Other
107%
DistrictEmailStudentType
District-owned
5036%
Gaggle.net
1410%
GoogleApps for Education
2719%
Free OpenSource Email Solution
21%
MS LIVE
75%
Other
4029%
StudentEmailPersonal
Yes
5539%
No
8259%
Other
32%
Other
We are in the process of implementing Live@EDU for students. Some limited access to other email accounts, at least via web interface is allowed. We only provide email to students on a need basis.No student email accountsWe do not provide students with email accounts.Do you allow access to social networking sites such as Facebook by teachers while at school? Our teachers have to go through a training for using Facebook within the district and set up a professional account before they are allowed to use Facebook within the district. What email provider do you use to provide student email ...
Number of daily responses
169 responses
Summary See complete responses
State
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Facebook
Yes
5935%
No
10260%
Other
85%
FacebookStudents
Yes
2414%
No
13882%
Other
74%
NonDistrictEmail
Yes
11568%
No
5130%
Other
32%
StudentDistrictEmail
Yes
7544%
No
8349%
Other
117%
DistrictEmailStudentType
District-owned
6337%
Gaggle.net
169%
GoogleApps for Education
3018%
Free OpenSource Email Solution
21%
MS LIVE
85%
Other
5030%
StudentEmailPersonal
Yes
6840%
No
9858%
Other
32%
Other
We are in the process of implementing Live@EDU for students. Some limited access to other email accounts, at least via web interface is allowed. We only provide email to students on a need basis.No student email accountsWe do not provide students with email accounts.Do you allow access to social networking sites such as Facebook by teachers while at school? Our teachers have to go through a training for using Facebook within the district and set up a professional account before they are allowed to use Facebook within the district. What email provider do you use to provide student email ...
Number of daily responses




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