EAB’s Teacher Morale Survey


EAB's Teacher Morale Survey

A nationwide survey to measure teacher morale from teachers’ and district leaders’ perspectives

EAB's District Leadership Forum is conducting a nationwide survey to measure the extent and the drivers of low teacher morale. There are two five-minute surveys—one for teachers and one for district leaders. Please note that this survey is completely anonymous. You can access each survey at the following links:

Please forward these links to all teachers and any district leader—we want to capture a diversity of experiences to better inform our research. Your participation will help inform EAB’s current research and the role district leaders can play to improve teacher morale. You can share the survey with other teachers and district leaders using this sample email.

Staff eligible to take the survey include: general education teachers (grades preK-12), non-core content teachers (preK-12), special education teachers (grades preK-12), superintendents, assistant superintendents, and building leaders.

Survey insights

We’ve released initial insights from the first cohort of survey respondents. Read our blog post A path forward to improve teacher morale to learn more.

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