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To ensure all school-based licensed educators in public K-12 schools have a choice to speak up, the online survey deadline is now May 12. We are in the fourth week of the TELL Arizona survey. As a partner of the project, the Arizona K12 Center encourages every school-based licensed educator in publ

May 04, 2017

To ensure all school-based licensed educators in public K-12 schools have a choice to speak up, the online survey deadline is now May 12.


We are in the fourth week of the TELL Arizona survey. As a partner of the project, the Arizona K12 Center encourages every school-based licensed educator in public K-12 schools to complete the TELL Arizona Survey. In order to facilitate this goal, the survey window has been extended through May 12.

Why Survey Participation is Important:

We need to hear from educators about what supports, policies, and resources they need in order to be most effective with our students. This data (reported at the school level and higher) is an important piece of helping to ensure every educator has the support necessary to provide students the learning environments they need and deserve.

Schools reaching the minimum response threshold (50 percent and at least five educators) will have data reports posted on the TELL Arizona website along with tools for use in improving teaching and learning conditions for teachers and students in their school. The TELL Arizona partners are encouraging participation in the 2017 TELL survey as a baseline for longitudinal data. As we plan for TELL Arizona 2019, it will be immensely helpful to ensure schools have data from this first year.

We know teachers are inundated with surveys. During this hectic time of year, we know your time is precious. Anything you can do to encourage the licensed educators in your building to participate is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for ensuring your educators’ voices are heard!

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