Teacher voice matters! Let your voice be heard on the topic of professional development and learning by taking the short survey linked below. In partnership with NCDPI and with support from EdNC.org, Hope Street Group NC Teacher Voice Network Fellows are asking teachers and instructional staff to complete a short survey to gather feedback. The survey will only take a few minutes and your participation would be greatly appreciated: your thoughts will be used in an effort to improve your professional learning experiences at the state and district level.
The survey will close on Sunday, October 1, 2017. All survey responses are anonymous and will not be made public. Only teachers and instructional staff are asked to respond, but please share widely to help garner as many responses as possible.
Desktop Link (https://www.ednc.org/reach-nc-poll/hope-street-group-teachers-instructional-staff-survey-2/)
Mobile Link (publicinput.com/1927)
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