Time to Learn Survey Form

Time to Learn Survey Form

FairTest worked with the National Coalition of Urban Education Associations (NCUEA) Time on Learning Committee to develop a survey that teacher unions can use with their members to expose the consequences of high-stakes testing. It can be adapted for use by parent, student and community groups. Form Preview
  • 2017 Time to Learn Survey: The Impact of Testing on Teaching and Learning

    Please take a few minutes to complete this anonymous survey created by teachers for teachers so that we can share the experience of educators in the classroom. The purpose of the survey is to determine the amount of testing and its impact on curriculum, teaching and learning. The data will be used to communicate with and inform education decision makers (school boards, legislators, administrators, etc.), media, and the general public about the amount and consequences of testing. Your response is confidential. Our reports will omit any information that would make it possible to identify a survey respondent or a specific school.
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    The frequency and amount of site, district, or state mandated assessment is appropriate.
    Students are required to take more site, district, or state mandated assessments than ever before.
    Students perceive site, district, or state mandated assessment requirements as fair and reasonable.
    Students experience test anxiety on site, district, or state mandated assessment days.
    Students seem to perform better on teacher­ made assessments than on site, district, or state mandated assessments.
    Students seem more engaged in learning because of site, district, or state mandated assessments.
    Site, district, or state mandated assessments are diminishing student joy of learning.
    The quality of student work is improving because of site, district, or state mandated assessments.
    In general, students receive meaningful feedback on their test results in a timely manner.
    Site, district, or state mandated assessments are age and content appropriate for my students.
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