Center on Education Policy Newsletter
Author(s): Diane Stark Rentner, Nancy Kober and Matthew Frizzell
Published: May 5, 2016
In the winter of 2015, CEP surveyed a nationally representative sample of public school teachers to learn their views on the teaching profession, state standards and assessments, testing, and teacher evaluations. The report, Listen to Us: Teacher Views and Voices, summarizes these survey findings, including responses indicating that public school teachers are concerned and frustrated with shifting policies, over emphasis on student testing, and their lack of voice in decision-making.
Also included below is a ready-to-use comprehensive Power Point presentation of key findings from CEP's Teacher Survey Report, Listen to Us: Teacher Views and Voices. You can listen to the webinar here.
Listen to Us: Teacher Views and Voices Tables and Figures
Each of the tables and figures that appear in the report have been converted to individual JPEG images. These images maybe used without explicit permission from the Center on Education Policy as long as appropriate attribution is given to the CEP as the source. Also, the JPEG images do not include the notes that appeared with each of the tables and figures in the report. Please refer to the report for the notes and to Appendix 2 for information on the confidence intervals.
Report (PDF format, 2369 KB)
Appendix 1: Study Methods (PDF format, 74.7 KB)
Appendix 2: Technical Appendix (PDF format, 579 KB)
Press Release (PDF format, 92.7 KB)
Power Point (PPTX format, 7348 KB)