Survey: Modern Hebrew as a Second Language in Public High Schools

  • This survey is designed to measure the number of students in a given geographical area that have an interest in taking Hebrew courses as part of their course of study in their public school.

    Note: Completing this survey does not guarantee that Hebrew will be offered at your local public school. This is a first step to measure community interest.

    Privacy: Published survey results will be anonymous. Parents completing this survey may be contacted about adding Hebrew in their local public schools or other associated matters.

  • Contact Information

    Why do we need this information? Your name and email address is needed to validate survey data and for future outreach about this program.
  • Household Address

    Why do we need this information? ONLY your ZIP CODE is mandatory. Your FULL ADDRESS is OPTIONAL but helps to more accurately determine your school district, nearby schools, and state and local government representatives.
  • Demographic Information

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  • Children in your Household

  • Please enter the grade level of each child living in your household in the 2020-21 academic year.

    Instructions:
    1. Click "ADD CHILD" below to add each child in your household.
    2. Select the grade level of your child.
    3. Click SUBMIT.
    4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 above to add additional children in your household.

    Maximum number of children reached.

    Grade Level  
     
    There are no CHILDREN.

    Maximum number of children reached.

  • Volunteer Opportunity

  • Please feel free to share any questions, thoughts, or ideas.

Questions? Please email: survey@israelusa.org

Privacy: Any and all information you submit is private and no personal information will be used beyond the purpose of survey as stated above. Published survey results will be anonymous. Parents or guardians completing this survey may be contacted about adding Hebrew in their local public schools or other associated matters.

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