Data & Surveys
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Quality data guides all the best resources and service provision. Being data driven helps to shape every step we takes in our prevention and intervention efforts. A great way to view the data analysis process is with this continuous improvement flow chart to the right.
Join us in using the below data sources to make informed decisions and to identify critical needs.
The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS)
The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS or YRBS) is administered biannually throughout the United States to a sample of middle and high school students (grades 6-12) and is designed to monitor priority health-risk behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of mortality, morbidity and social problems among youth and adults. This department helps in the administration of the BCPS survey every other year to high schools (since 1991) and to middle schools (since 2013).
View the Broward County Public Schools YRBS results:
- View the 2017 Broward County YRBS Report.
- The go to the CDC website to view the 2017 YRBS results.
- View the YRBS Trend Report for data from 2007-20017
- 2015 Broward Youth Risk Behavior Survey Data Report
- Broward County Public Schools YRBS 2009-2013 Booklet which includes the changes and trends found with our students.
Below are the YRBS questions that students answer:
Due to high student response rates, the results are representative of all high school students in the BCPS. Want more information? Take a look at Broward County’s results, as well as how Broward compares to both Florida and the Nation at the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System webpage.
Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey (FYSAS)
The Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey (FYSAS) is administered every other year to students in grades 6-12. The survey assesses risk and protective factors for substance abuse, in addition to substance abuse prevalence. The resulting information is used to shape the face of prevention and intervention efforts.
Want to view the FYSAS results?
- Go here for past years and the latest FYSAS
- 2017 Florida Youth Substance Abuse Survey Results
Below are the FYSAS questions that students answer:
Middle School Questions:
High School Questions:
BCPS Youth Health and Climate Questionnaire
A specific data source our department facilitates is the BCPS Youth Health and Climate Questionnaire. This questionnaire was completed by 11,681 students at 7 Broward County high schools in December 2014, and follow up questionnaires were administered in December, 2016, and during the 2017-18 school year. The questionnaire was developed in partnership between BCPS, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH), and ICF International. The questionnaire was part of the evaluation process of the BCPS Adolescent Sexual Minority Male Sexual Health Project. Click on the links below to learn more:
- At A Glance Results, 2014-16
- Full Sample BCPS District Report, Descriptive Summary
- Adolescent Sexual Minority Male Sample, Descriptive Summary
Below is a summary of the questionnaire results for all 7 schools as well as results for each high school (Deerfield Beach, Flanagan, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood Hills, McArthur, Northeast and South Plantation.) To view school results, click on the image:
BCPS Customer Survey
BCPS has conducted the annual Customer Survey to assess a school’s climate from the perspective of teachers, parents, and students. It was randomly administered to a significant number of students grades 3-12, parents with students in grades K-12, and full time instructional staff.
Please click on the link below to view the Survey results:
21st Annual Customer Survey (2015)
20th Annual Customer Survey (2014)
18th Annual Customer Survey
17th Annual Customer Survey
Customer Survey Individual School Results, 2007-08 to 2009-10
To access any other reports on a wide variety of topics that are published by the district, please visit Broward District Reports.
Broward Drug Trends Report
The Florida Drug Trends Report outlines drug abuse trends in Florida.