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CPSEL

2 Quiz


1. Which statement describes a school administrator implementing CPSEL Standard 2?
a. The principal models and promotes equity, fairness, and respect when interacting
with all parents at the school.
b. The principal encourages teachers to express their own personal improvement
goals in relation to their vision of the schools goal of high quality instruction.
c. The principal provides specialized support for new teachers.
d. All of the above

2. Which is not a component of culture.
a. Values
b. Myths
c. Traditions
d. Beliefs
e. Classroom Observations
f. Norms
g. Behaviors
h. Ceremonies
i. Attitudes

3. Select the description that embraces a positive school culture.
a. Locked gates surround the school and all visitors enter through a main door.
b. When entering the school visitors are greeted and welcomed by signs and in person.
c. The school has an electronic sign outside announcing the upcoming football game.
d. Students are milling around the halls during classes.

4. Which statement does not describe a toxic culture?
a. There is no clear sense of purpose at the school.
b. Students and families are blamed for poor student academic achievement.
c. Teachers are discouraged from collaborating and are expected to work individually.
d. Norms of behavior are posted and reinforced throughout the school.

5. Select the components of a strong positive school culture.
a. Collaboration
b. Respect for Diversity
c. Learning Pedagogy
d. Student Motivation
e. High Expectations
f. Instructional Strategies
g. a-e only
h. All of the above


Select the overarching question that matches the one of the four components of PLCs

6. Focus on Results
a. How does your school respond when a student is or is not academically successful?
b. What is your data telling you?
c. What changes are you willing to make in moving from expected to familiar?
d. What is your current reality in your school or in your district?

7. Culture of Collaboration
a. How does your school respond when a student is or is not academically successful?
b. What is your data telling you?
c. What changes are you willing to make in moving from expected to familiar?
d. What is your current reality in your school or in your district?

8. Commitment to Continuous Improvement
a. How does your school respond when a student is or is not academically successful?
b. What is your data telling you?
c. What changes are you willing to make in moving from expected to familiar?
d. What is your current reality in your school or in your district?

9. Focus on Learning
a. How does your school respond when a student is or is not academically successful?
b. What is your data telling you?
c. What changes are you willing to make in moving from expected to familiar?
d. What is your current reality in your school or in your district?

10. Which statement least describes Louis Pasteur School?
a. Warning signs about name badges, security checks, and sign-in procedures
dominated the main office.
b. The principal instituted monthly parent nights to help parents see the value of
reading to their children at home and to encourage families to participate in the
school's activities.
c. The faces of the students expressed the school's culture.
d. Building healthy relationships and a focus on student learning pervaded every cubic
inch of Pasteur's environment.