TELL Texas survey ends tonight at midnight
Date Posted: 6/06/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE
There are still a few hours left to take the important TELL Texas working conditions survey. The state's teaching and learning survey ends at midnight tonight, June 6. Visit TELLTexas.org or call (800) 310-2964 if you still need an access code. Thank you to all the educators who've participated in the survey these last few weeks and helped us raise awareness of it among other teachers. Survey results will be calculated over the summer, and we will provide updates on Teach the Vote as soon as those reports are made available to the public. If your campus (or district) did not reach the minimum 50 percent response rate, it will not receive a campus (or district) report. However, all survey responses will be counted for purposes of statewide reporting. ATPE thanks the 82,000+ teachers who supported TELL Texas by taking the survey!
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