Survey Says: May 2022

PIE Network brings you the latest surveys and public opinion polls that capture the perspectives of students, parents, teachers, principals, and system leaders. Axios compiled data on declining enrollment trends:  Districts with the most remote learning lost 4% of their students.  New York saw the most significant decline of any state, with a nearly 6% […]

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E4E Voices From the Classroom: A Teacher Town Hall

Attracting, supporting, and retaining great teachers is top-of-mind as we move into the spring of a third pandemic-interrupted school year. While some warn that unprecedented numbers of teachers are likely to leave the classroom this summer, others feel that these fears have been overblown. In this session, we hear from the educators themselves. Educators for […]

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Anti-Critical Race Theory Policy & Implications

School boards, superintendents, principals, and teachers are facing questions about “critical race theory,” or “CRT.” While fierce disagreements rage over its precise definition and whether or not it is being taught in k-12 schools, state legislatures are taking action and local school board candidates are addressing the issue. A recent Brookings Institute analysis found that more than […]

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Voices from the Classroom 2021

Education was unlike any other year in 2020 and teachers have a unique and valuable perspective on what’s working, what can be improved, and how we can reimagine education to deliver on equity and excellence for every student. In this session, Educators for Excellence will share the results from their latest nationally representative survey, Voices from the […]

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