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School District and Community Reports
Please find below links to your School District and Community MDI reports. PLEASE NOTE: In 2018/19, MDI data collection was moved from November to January/February in response to requests from MDI school districts, and this may have had an influence on a range of MDI measures. Improvements were also made to our online data capture and reporting system, and the ‘Number of Important Adults at School’ question appeared differently as compared to previous years. We strongly recommend you read our MDI Data Trends Summary 2018/19 for more information as you interpret your MDI data this year. Dr. Kimberly Schonert-Reichl also highlighted 2018/19 MDI data trends in a recent webinar, Preparing for Your 2018-19 MDI School District Reports. The webinar recording can be viewed HERE. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you require any support with your MDI reports at email@example.com.
In addition, Discover MDI: A Field Guide to Promoting Well-Being in Middle Childhood, is a companion to your School District and Community reports. The MDI Field Guide will walk you through the steps to start making sense of your MDI data and start making change in your schools, district and community. We encourage you to access this resource to support your exploration of MDI data with your staff and students.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you require any support with your MDI reports at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 and Older
Sharing Your Data
Sharing your MDI data with others is a critical first step to improve outcomes for children. Discover MDI: A Field Guide to Promoting Well-Being in Middle Childhood includes tips and tools that will help schools and communities interpret and act upon the data included in the MDI reports. Vist the Discover MDI Share Your Data page to learn more.
In addition, HELP staff and researchers are here to help. We would be happy to answer questions, provide support and assist with interpretation of your results.