Ses Student Recruitment Policy

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Ses Student Recruitment Policy - Quiz


This test is based on the SES Student Recruitment and Incentive Policy presentation for ERCtutors. It will test your knowledge of the policy. To pass the test you have to answer all 13 questions correctly. Test is not timed and you can try as many times as you need until you pass.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    According to SES Student Recruitment Policy marketing and recruitment is prohibited in all of the following places except for...

    • A.

      School Playgrounds

    • B.

      District Office

    • C.

      School Parking Lot

    • D.

      Community Fitness Center

    • E.

      School Athletic Offices

    Correct Answer
    D. Community Fitness Center
    Explanation
    According to the SES Student Recruitment Policy, marketing and recruitment are prohibited in school playgrounds, district offices, school parking lots, and school athletic offices. However, the policy does not prohibit marketing and recruitment in community fitness centers.

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  • 2. 

    If you are a District staff member employed by ERC you are allowed to do all of the following except for...

    • A.

      Recruit students in the community

    • B.

      Talk about SES program in general to the parents at school

    • C.

      Recruit students for ERC during school day while you are on the clock with the district

    • D.

      Participate in door-to-door recruitment for ERC

    • E.

      Tutor students in after-school hours

    Correct Answer
    C. Recruit students for ERC during school day while you are on the clock with the district
    Explanation
    District staff members employed by ERC are allowed to recruit students in the community, talk about the SES program to parents at school, recruit students for ERC during after-school hours, and tutor students in after-school hours. However, they are not allowed to recruit students for ERC during the school day while they are on the clock with the district.

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  • 3. 

    Altering  a district's enrollment form or using other district's enrollment form is allowed in all of the following cases...

    • A.

      If there are grammatical mistakes on the form

    • B.

      If you think parts of the form should have a different order

    • C.

      If you want to add some pictures on the form

    • D.

      If other districts form looks very similar to the one you are supposed to use

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. None of the above
    Explanation
    Altering a district's enrollment form or using another district's enrollment form is not allowed in any of the cases mentioned. This is because altering or using a different form can lead to inconsistencies and confusion in the enrollment process. It is important to use the designated form provided by the district to ensure accurate and standardized information collection.

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  • 4. 

    Engaging in false advertising about ERC's program is just fine in the following cases...

    • A.

      If it will help you to recruit more students

    • B.

      If what you advertise is not true but it sounds good to the parents

    • C.

      If it makes other SES provider look bad

    • D.

      If other SES provider false advertising ERC program

    • E.

      NEVER

    Correct Answer
    E. NEVER
    Explanation
    Engaging in false advertising is never acceptable, regardless of the circumstances mentioned in the question. False advertising involves providing misleading or deceptive information to the public, which is unethical and can lead to legal consequences. It is important to always be truthful and transparent in advertising, regardless of the potential benefits or competition with other providers.

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  • 5. 

    Distributing recruitment materials or engaging in recruitment behavior that suggests participants will receive enrollment incentives is

    • A.

      Ok in any situation

    • B.

      Allowed at any time

    • C.

      Allowed only if no one from the district or state finds out

    • D.

      Not allowed only in grocery stored

    • E.

      Prohibited

    Correct Answer
    E. Prohibited
    Explanation
    Engaging in recruitment behavior that suggests participants will receive enrollment incentives is prohibited. This means that it is not allowed under any circumstances. It is important to avoid distributing recruitment materials that may give the impression of receiving incentives for enrollment. This rule applies regardless of whether anyone from the district or state finds out about it, and it is not limited to specific locations such as grocery stores.

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  • 6. 

    Engaging in practice that may result in threats to a child's safety, weather real or perceived is 

    • A.

      Always fine

    • B.

      Prohibited

    Correct Answer
    B. Prohibited
    Explanation
    Engaging in practice that may result in threats to a child's safety, whether real or perceived, is prohibited. This means that it is not allowed or permitted under any circumstances. The safety and well-being of children should always be a top priority, and any actions or practices that could potentially harm them are strictly forbidden. This rule is in place to ensure the protection and welfare of children, and to prevent any harm or danger that they may face.

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  • 7. 

    Using incentives to entice parents to enroll in ERC program is 

    • A.

      Always encouraged

    • B.

      Allowed in some situations

    • C.

      Allowed with school principal's permission

    • D.

      Allowed if parents need money really bad

    • E.

      Prohibited

    Correct Answer
    E. Prohibited
    Explanation
    Using incentives to entice parents to enroll in the ERC program is prohibited. This means that it is not allowed or permitted. Incentives may include offering money or other rewards to parents in order to persuade them to enroll in the program. However, this practice is prohibited, indicating that it is not acceptable or allowed.

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  • 8. 

    Engaging in recruitment practices that encourage families to switch providers is 

    • A.

      Always fine

    • B.

      Can be ok if parents promise not to tell anyone

    • C.

      Prohibited

    • D.

      Encouraged because recruiter can make more money this way

    • E.

      Allowed with other provider's permission

    Correct Answer
    C. Prohibited
    Explanation
    Engaging in recruitment practices that encourage families to switch providers is prohibited. This means that it is not allowed or permitted to engage in such practices. The question suggests that encouraging families to switch providers is not acceptable and goes against the rules or regulations.

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  • 9. 

    Offering kickbacks or incentives to district officials, principals or teachers in attempt to persuade them to encourage parents to sign up with ERC is

    • A.

      Just fine

    • B.

      Strictly prohibited

    • C.

      Allowed if the official swears not to tell anyone

    • D.

      Ok if they recruit over 100 students

    • E.

      Allowed if the official is your best friend

    Correct Answer
    B. Strictly prohibited
    Explanation
    Offering kickbacks or incentives to district officials, principals, or teachers in an attempt to persuade them to encourage parents to sign up with ERC is strictly prohibited. This means that it is not allowed or acceptable to offer any form of bribes or rewards to these individuals in order to promote enrollment with ERC. Such actions would be considered unethical and potentially illegal, as they undermine the principles of fair competition and impartial decision-making.

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  • 10. 

    Student recruitment policy allows recruiters to

    • A.

      Market ERC program to the public in communities and neighborhoods

    • B.

      Using ERC district approved flyers and brochures

    • C.

      Communicating highlights of ERC program and services

    • D.

      Mentioning program completion and achievement incentives for students

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    The student recruitment policy allows recruiters to market the ERC program to the public in communities and neighborhoods. This can be done using ERC district approved flyers and brochures. The recruiters can also communicate the highlights of the ERC program and services to the public. Additionally, they can mention the program completion and achievement incentives for students. Therefore, the correct answer is "all of the above."

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  • 11. 

    In order to receive free tutoring the parents must have a child who:

    • A.

      Qualifies for free or reduced lunch

    • B.

      Attends an SES school

    • C.

      Is considered non-proficient

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "All of the above" because in order to receive free tutoring, the parents must meet all three criteria mentioned in the options. The child must qualify for free or reduced lunch, attend an SES school, and be considered non-proficient.

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  • 12. 

    District Staff working for ERC is NOT allowed to

    • A.

      Improperly utilize their positions or previously established relationships with students in order to recruit students for ERC

    • B.

      Promote one SES provider over another provider during district contracted services hours

    • C.

      Disobey district regulations for SES Providers related to student recruitment and distribution of promotional materials

    • D.

      Disregard their district employment contract

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    District staff working for ERC are not allowed to improperly utilize their positions or previously established relationships with students to recruit students for ERC. They are also not allowed to promote one SES provider over another during district contracted services hours. Additionally, they must not disobey district regulations for SES providers regarding student recruitment and distribution of promotional materials. Finally, they must not disregard their district employment contract. In summary, all of the above actions are prohibited for district staff working for ERC.

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