• Conducting Research in Henry County Schools

     

    The District & School Performance Department invites educational research that produces evidence-based, relevant, and accurate information. We review requests on a case-by-case basis to ensure the protection and privacy of our students, employees, and community.

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Phone:

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

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Director  |  Performance Analytics & Research
TBD@henry.k12.ga.us  |  770.957.6547

Administrative Assistant  |  Donna Moss
donna.moss@henry.k12.ga.us  |  x459

 Alison Norsworthy

Phone:

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Alison Norsworthy

Facilitator  |  Research & Grants
alison.norsworthy@henry.k12.ga.us  |  x490

  • Conducting Research in Henry County Schools

     

    The District & School Performance Department invites educational research that produces evidence-based, relevant, and accurate information. We review requests on a case-by-case basis to ensure the protection and privacy of our students, employees, and community.

     

    All research conducted in Henry County Schools must meet these guidelines:

    • protect the rights and privacy of students, families, and employees;
    • respect instructional time without being detrimental to student learning;
    • support continuous school system improvement goals; and
    • align with our Core Beliefs and Commitments, Plan of Action, and/or Strategic Priorities.

     

     

    Conducting Research as a Requirement for Course Completetion, Thesis or Dissertation

     

    Process:

    • Applicants seeking to conduct research as a requirement for a graduate course, master's thesis or doctoral dissertation, should complete the electronic Application to Conduct Research.
    • If research will be conducted within a school, the school's Principal approval will be a part of the application review process.  The District & School Performance Department will spearhead any Principal approval based on the requestor's identified schools.
    • A preview of the application (PDF Format) can be used as a resourced for drafting responses before submitting online.  An application should be completed in one setting.  A requestor will be unable to save portions for later and will not be able to return to the application.
    • Only complete applications will be processed for review.
    • All applicable documents are below.

    Documents:

     

    Publicly Available Data

    View information that is publicly available and does not require a research application in the Research Toolkit.


    Application Submission Window for District Approval 
     
    Application Received by
     

    Response Provided by

    June 30

     

    September 1

    July 31

     

    October 1

    August 31

     

    November 1

    September 30

     

    December 1

    October 31

     

    January 15

    November 30

     

    February 15

    December 15

     

    March 1

    January 31

     

    April 15

    February 28

     

    May 7

    March 30

     

    June 1

    April 30 

     

    July 1

    May 31

     

    August 1

     
     

    State and Local Policies

    Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment

     

     

    For additional questions, contact the District and School Performance Department via email at Research and Grants or via phone at 770-957-6547.