Welcome to the Louisiana Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

Each year we survey parents of children with disabilities who receive special education services. The purpose of the survey is to seek feedback on how well schools help to involve parents in the education of their children. We use this information to guide our efforts to improve services and results for children with disabilities and enhance family involvement.

This year parents and guardians in the school systems listed below should have received information to participate in the survey from their child’s school. If you received a letter about this survey from your child’s school you can access the survey here.

If your child has an IEP and attends school in one of the districts or charters listed below and you have NOT received survey information, please email specialeducation@la.gov and provide the name of the district or charter where your child attends. Your response to the survey will be anonymous. You will not be asked to provide your name or your child’s name. If your child’s school district or charter school is not included in this year’s survey, but you would still like to participate, please complete the survey here.

School Districts Selected for the Survey

Avoyelles Parish, Calcasieu Parish, Caldwell Parish, Iberia Parish, Iberville Parish, Lafayette Parish, Natchitoches Parish, St. Charles Parish, St. Helena Parish, St. Martin Parish, Tensas Parish, City of Bogalusa School District, Special School District

Charter Schools Selected for the Survey

Belle Chasse Academy, The MAX Charter School, Community School for Apprenticeship Learning, Inc., Voices for International Business & Education, Lycee Francais de la Nouvelle-Orleans, New Orleans College Preparatory Academies, FirstLine Schools, Inc., Northeast Claiborne Charter, Acadiana Renaissance Charter Academy, Lafayette Charter Foundation, Alice M. Harte Elementary Charter School, New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School, McDonogh 42 Charter School, GEO Next Generation High School

The parent survey is also available in SpanishVietnamese, or Arabic.