New teachers: Share your voice through your first-year survey
Educator Preparation | Certification TEA | Commissioner | SBOE
Date Posted: 6/04/2019 | Author: Andrea Chevalier
Who: Calling all teachers who have completed their educator preparation program (EPP) and their first full year on a standard teaching certificate!
What: Complete your new teacher survey. This survey collects data from new teachers to determine their satisfaction with their preparation program and ensures that teacher voice is present in the quality of Texas EPPs. The survey was distributed via email by TEA to eligible teachers on April 3.
Why: Educator preparation programs (EPPs) are held accountable for their performance and outcomes just like school districts and campuses are. One of the indicators used for the Accountability System for Educator Preparation (ASEP) is the new teacher survey. Your data will be used with others from your program to help "grade" the EPP.
Where: From anywhere with email access and Internet!
When: Complete your survey by June 17, 2019.
How: Access the survey included in the email sent to you by TEA. Emails were sent out to eligible teachers on April 3. If you need a new link to the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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