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Listen to Us: Teacher Views and Voices Tables and Figures

Author(s): CEP
Published: May 12, 2016

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.

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Figure 1-A Most significant reasons teachers joined the profession (JPG format, 292 KB)

Figure 1-B Biggest challenges in educating economically disadvantaged children (JPG format, 186 KB)

Figure 1-C Teachers' perceptions of their school, colleagues, and job (JPG format, 285 KB)

Figure 1-D Teacher perceptions about whether their opinions are factored into decision-making (JPG format, 190 KB)

Figure 1-E Teachers' participation in and compensation for leadership and student support activities (JPG format, 399 KB)

Figure 1-F Extent to which teachers view collaborating with other teachers in their school as helpful (JPG format, 168 KB)

Figure 2-A Teacher autonomy under current state standards compared with previous standards (JPG format, 297 KB)

Figure 2-B Sharing of math and ELA curricula developed, revised, or adapted by teachers (JPG format, 216 KB)

Figure 2-C Resources being used by teachers to understand student assessment data (JPG format, 360 KB)

Figure 2-D Extent to which spring 2015 assessment data caused teachers to modify their practice (JPG format, 183 KB)

Figure 2-E How teachers are using spring 2015 state test data to modify their practice (JPG format, 259 KB)

Figure 2-F Teachers' views of alignment between state assessments and standards (JPG format, 366 KB)

Figure 2-G Extent to which uncertainty about state standards and assessments impacts teaching (JPG format, 223 KB)

Figure 3-A Percentage of teachers of other subjects teaching CCR skills (JPG format, 132 KB)

Figure 3-B Degree to which teachers of other subjects taught CCR skills under previous state standards (JPG format, 221 KB)

Figure 3-C Main sources of curricula (JPG format, 308 KB)

Figure 3-D How teachers of other subjects are using data from math and ELA tests to modify their practice (JPG format, 244 KB)

Figure 4-A Teacher-estimated time per year spent preparing students for mandated tests (JPG format, 256 KB)

Figure 4-B Time spent per year preparing students for district- or state-mandated tests by poverty (JPG format, 246 KB)

Figure 4-C Teacher views on whether the time spent preparing students for tests is appropriate (JPG format, 196 KB)

Figure 4-D Teacher-estimated time per year that students spend taking mandated tests (JPG format, 225 KB)

Figure 4-E Teacher views on whether the time students spend taking tests is appropriate (JPG format, 177 KB)

Figure 4-F Teachers views about which tests to keep, reduce, or eliminate (JPG format, 227 KB)

Figure 5-A Percentage of teachers whose evaluation included student test scores (JPG format, 181 KB)

Figure 5-B Helpfulness of feedback from teachers' evaluation for refining or improving their practice (JPG format, 295 KB)

Figure 5-C Percentages of teachers who rated evaluation feedback as somewhat or very helpful (JPG format, 347 KB)

Figure 5-D Percentages of elementary and high school teachers who rated evaluation feedback as somewhat or very helpful (JPG format, 302 KB)

Table 1-A The most rewarding aspects of being a teacher (JPG format, 326 KB)

Table 1-B The most significant challenges teachers face (JPG format, 419 KB)

Table 1-C Actions that would help teachers in their day-to-day teaching (JPG format, 478 KB)

Table 1-D Teachers' perceptions of their school, colleagues, and job according to whether teachers feel their opinions are factored into school-level decisions (JPG format, 453 KB)

Table 1-E Extent of teachers' preparedness to teach (JPG format, 218 KB)

Table 1-F The extent to which teachers collaborate with other teachers in their school (JPG format, 215 KB)

Table 1-G Reasons for collaborating with other teachers in the school (JPG format, 248 KB)

Table 1-H When teachers collaborate with their peers (JPG format, 287 KB)

Table 1-I Most important skills for college and careers (JPG format, 551 KB)

Table 2-A Curricular resources for teaching state math and ELA standards in 2015-16 (JPG format, 335 KB)

Table 3-A Why teachers changed the degree to which they teach CCR skills under current standards (JPG format, 269 KB)

Table 3-B Extent to which spring 2015 test data caused teachers of other subjects to modify practice (JPG format, 216 KB)


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