100Kin10 Network Impact Survey


From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for sharing your experiences of 100Kin10 with us! As we close in on the ten-year goal, your stories and experiences will shape the stories we will tell about what we have accomplished together.

 In so doing, we will also appreciate and celebrate the many individuals and organizations who have contributed to this collective effort.  

A few logistical notes: We understand that many of you may not have been at your organization for the entirety of its partnership with 100Kin10. Please answer to the best of your ability, and feel free to reach out to us if you’d like to brainstorm how you might connect with a former colleague or otherwise learn more about your organization’s previous partnership. Also, please note your individual responses are strictly confidential. 

Again, thank you! We are so grateful for your input and for all you have contributed to 100Kin10. We look forward to raising a glass -- whether in-person or remotely -- to toast collectively all we have accomplished together!

Please respond to or rate your level of agreement with the following statements.

I. Impact on your organization

As a result of being a partner in the 100Kin10 network, my organization has...

For example, you might have noticed more organizations talking about or working on this area, more funding available to address this area, actual improvements around this area in the schools that you work with, etc…

As a result of our partnership with 100Kin10, we...

II. Impact on teachers, students, and/or schools

Involvement could include, for example, participating in network programming, reading our weekly newsletter, benefitting from our continued push of STEM education as a priority issue, etc...

Section III: Being a partner

Establishing a baseline of demographic data: We are embarking on work to explore how we can deepen our commitment to equity and inclusion, especially racial equity. One step we have been taking is to establish a baseline of demographic data to get a better sense of the experiences and identities of partners in the network. To do this we are using a short list of race/ethnicity descriptions in common use by education organizations for this purpose. 

Note: We recognize that survey questions that ask respondents to check boxes can be reductionist, and do not encompass the complexity of identities. Please view these descriptions as an earnest attempt to collect data at scale while also respecting individuals' identities.