And The Survey Says…
To help answer some of the questions posed by the Key School’s recent self-study—a process required by the Association of Independent Maryland Schools to obtain the renewal of the School’s ten-year accreditation—Key commissioned WB&A Market Research to conduct a survey of alumni, students in grades six through twelve, parents, and faculty and staff.
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In preparation for its re-accreditation by the Association of Independent Maryland Schools (AIMS), Key School completed the self-study phase of this arduous process at the close of the 2004-2005 academic year. In October 2005, a team of external educators visited Key for a three-day intensive review of the School. Using the self-study document as a guide, the visiting committee—chaired by David Jackson, Head of The Park School in Baltimore—worked to assess the level of congruence between the School’s words and its deeds. At the conclusion of the three days, Dr. Jackson addressed the faculty and staff, telling them that the visiting committee “had fallen in love with Key School.” In January 2006, Key School received the visiting team report, to which the School must respond in one year. Commending the School for its strengths the report also includes suggestions for improvement.
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