For the 2017 TELL Kentucky Survey, results are expected to be released by mid-May. The window for teachers to complete the survey was open from March 1-31, and a record number of responses increased the state’s average rate of completion to 91%. Fayette County hit that average with 90.91% of staff responding.
As always, FCEA emphasizes the importance of educators providing feedback on teaching conditions in their schools. There is a known correlation between a positive teaching environment and student learning and teacher retention. The input that certified educators provide every two years is used to inform improvements in schools, districts, and the state.
The Tell Kentucky Survey is a chance to make your voice heard, and it’s completely anonymous. Thanks to all who participated!