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In a year marked by teacher activism and demonstrations, educators are urging policymakers to listen to them. Now, a new survey details teachers' opinions on more than a dozen education issues.
Educators for Excellence, a group that advocates for teacher leadership, asked a dozen teachers to develop a survey for America's educators on issues from school choice to union membership to accountability. The survey was conducted online from April 14 through May 6, among a nationally representative sample of 1,000 full-time public school teachers (both from charter schools and traditional public schools). An independent research firm administered the survey.
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