Succeed Scholarship Parent Survey Results 

2018-2020 Parent Surveys

Because of the role of parents, we value their opinions and annually survey all parents who have children participating in the Succeed Scholarship Program

TRA believes that parents are the best decision makers when determining the right educational options for their children, and all children should have the opportunity for a world-class education regardless of zip code or family income. In our existing, one-size-fits-all zip-code-based education model, the financial means of the family, including the ability to live in the “right” zip code, determines the school that a child attends, regardless of what a parent thinks is best.


99% of parents believe the Succeed Scholarship Program should continue to be available.

Because of the important role parents should play in making decisions for their child and the education freedom provided by the Succeed Scholarship, the annual parent survey is an important tool used to measure the success of this program.  In fact, parent satisfaction with the Succeed Scholarship is incredibly high.  In 2020, 99% of parents believed that the SSP should continue to be available to future students.

97% of Parents are Satisfied with the Academic Progress of their student

Parent satisfaction with academic progress made by their students through the Succeed Scholarship is incredibly high.  Almost 98% of parents in 2020, believed were “somewhat” or “very” satisfied with the academic progress of their student.

Academic Progress Satisfaction - SSP -v- Designated Public School

When considering the academic progress of their students, in 2020, 97.9% of parents said they were satisfied with the academic progress of their child in the SSP versus only 16.6% who were satisfied with the academic progress of their child in their designated public school.

Individual Attention - SSP -v- Designated Public School

When considering the individual attention received by their students, in 2020, 98.3% of parents said they were “somewhat” or “very” satisfied with the individual attention received by their child compared to 21.6% who felt the same about the designated public school.

Addressing Child's Disability  - SSP -v- Designated Public School

When considering how the school addressed their child’s disability, 97.6% of parents were “somewhat” or “very” satisfied with how their SSP school addressed their child’s disability compared to only 21.9% who felt like the child’s disability was properly addressed at their designated public school.