HAGERSTOWN - The results of a survey given to all 2006 graduating seniors in Washington County should be available soon, Patricia Abernethy, deputy superintendent for system-wide improvement, efficiency and accountability, told the Washington County Board of Education on Tuesday.
The Life Track Program surveys were given to graduating students in June and will be taken by the same students again in 18 months and in five years.
Abernethy said the survey will track graduates' progress and satisfaction with their education, as well as the benefits of that education. The results of the questionnaire will be used by administrators to assess how satisfied students are with their education.
"Thinking back now on your teachers may be different 18 months later when (students) realize the value of that teacher," Abernethy said.