Research with Leon County Schools

  • Guidelines for Conducting Research

    All researchers must submit a completed Research Request Form for research, whether new or extension requests. The LCS Research Review Board will review all applications to ensure appropriateness to the focus of LCS and its stakeholders. Studies are approved for one school year or less at a time. Please view the Table of Research Dates for information on the guidelines for research with LCS.

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    2023 – 2024 Research Dates

     

    The table below is intended as an overview of dates so that researchers may conduct their approved study in alignment with the district calendar. See state assessments’ testing dates at: http://www.leonschools.net/Page/13485.

     

    2023

    July 3rd

    First day to submit research requests for research intended for the 2023-2024 school year

    August 23rd

    Last day to submit research for approval during Fall 2023 semester

    By September 8th

    Research Review Board convenes and approval notification sent to researchers

    September 11th

    First day of research for approved studies

    November 15th

    First day to submit research requests for approval for Spring 2024 semester

    December 20th – 29th

    Winter Holidays – Districtwide

    2024

    January 1st – 3rd

    Winter Holidays – Districtwide

    January 5th

    Last day to submit research for approval during Spring 2024 semester

    By January 26th

    Research Review Board convenes and approval notification sent to researchers

    January 29th

    First day of research for approved studies

    March 11th – 15th

    Spring Break – students and teachers out

    May 10th

    Last day researchers may collect data in 2023-2024 school year

    June – August

    No research conducted during Summer

    July 1st

    First day to submit research requests for research intended for the 2024-2025 School Year

     

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Parental Consent Forms

  • “The Leon County School District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of sex (including transgender status, gender nonconforming, and gender identity), marital status, sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, age, color, pregnancy, disability, military status, or genetic information.”  

     

  • Tonetta Y. Scott, DrPH, MPH
    Project Manager
    Title I and School Improvement & Accountability
     
    Email Research Requests to:
    researchrequests@leonschools.net
     
     
     
Last Modified on July 3, 2023