Only one more day to TELL Texas! Has your ISD passed the 50 percent mark?
Date Posted: 6/05/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
Did you take the TELL Texas survey yet?Spread the word about TELL Texas! Add our "I DID" sticker to your social media posts after you complete the survey. The TELL Texas school working conditions survey will close tomorrow. Don't miss the June 6 deadline and your chance to tell policymakers about the teaching and learning conditions in your school. The results of this survey will help illustrate teachers' greatest areas of need, whether it's reducing paperwork, improving technology, receiving professional development relating to specific topics, spending less time preparing students for state tests or any other priority you want the legislature to focus on next session. Remember: Campuses and districts that do not achieve a response rate of at least 50 percent will not receive a report with survey results for their campus or district. However, all individual responses, even from educators in campuses or districts that fail to reach the 50 percent threshold before the deadline, will still be included in statewide results.
Is your district on the cusp?As of lunchtime today, these districts only needed one more person to take the TELL Texas survey in order to reach the minimum 50 percent threshold required to receive a report with survey results for their district:
AVERY ISD BROOKELAND ISD BUCKHOLTS ISD CHILLICOTHE ISD DIME BOX ISD DIVIDE ISD RAMIREZ CSD SAN VICENTE ISD SPRING CREEK ISDThe school districts listed below are also extremely close to reaching the minimum participation needed to receive a TELL Texas survey report. They only need between two and five more people to take the survey in order to hit the 50 percent threshold necessary for reporting:
ABBOTT ISD ALBA-GOLDEN ISD ARCHER CITY ISD AUSTWELL-TIVOLI ISD AVALON ISD BELLS ISD BLUE RIDGE ISD BRYSON ISD BURKEVILLE ISD CHEROKEE ISD COMSTOCK ISD CRANFILLS GAP ISD DARROUZETT ISD DELL CITY ISD DOSS CONSOLIDATED CSD ECTOR ISD ETOILE ISD EXCELSIOR ISD EZZELL ISD GHOLSON ISD GRANDVIEW-HOPKINS ISD GRANGER ISD HEDLEY ISD IOLA ISD ITALY ISD KARNACK ISD KNOX CITY-O'BRIEN CISD LA GLORIA ISD LACKLAND ISD LEARY ISD LEGGETT ISD MALONE ISD MALTA ISD MARATHON ISD MIDWAY ISD MORAN ISD NAZARETH ISD NEW WAVERLY ISD NORTHSIDE ISD VERNON PAWNEE ISD RED LICK ISD ROCKSPRINGS ISD ROSCOE COLLEGIATE ISD SAVOY ISD SHELBYVILLE ISD SIVELLS BEND ISD TEXHOMA ISD THREE WAY ISD THROCKMORTON ISD TORNILLO ISD TRINIDAD ISD TROUP ISD UTOPIA ISD WALNUT BEND ISD WESTHOFF ISD WINDTHORST ISD WOODSON ISDAdditionally, the following school districts have reached at least 45 percent participation but had not yet reached the minimum 50 percent threshold as of lunchtime today:
ARANSAS PASS ISD AVERY ISD BASTROP ISD BROOKELAND ISD BUCKHOLTS ISD BURKEVILLE ISD CHILLICOTHE ISD COLORADO ISD DIME BOX ISD FORNEY ISD LA JOYA ISD LACKLAND ISD LUBBOCK ISD MARSHALL ISD MCALLEN ISD NEW WAVERLY ISD RANCH ACADEMY RED OAK ISD ROCKSPRINGS ISD SHELBYVILLE ISD THROCKMORTON ISD TORNILLO ISD TROUP ISDFinally, among medium to large school districts, here are a few that definitely still have the potential to reach the minimum 50 percent participation threshold if enough teachers take the TELL Texas survey today or tomorrow:
BASTROP ISD BURLESON ISD CLEBURNE ISD FORNEY ISD LA JOYA ISD LUBBOCK ISD MARSHALL ISD MCALLEN ISD MOUNT PLEASANT ISDYou could be the teacher who pushes these districts over the 50 percent mark, so please take a few minutes out of your day to take the anonymous TELL Texas survey today or tomorrow. Thank you for your help!
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