• Shumlin urges educators to complete survey
    March 27,2013
     

    MONTPELIER — Gov. Peter Shumlin is urging educators to participate in a survey looking for ways to increase learning in the state’s schools.

    That survey that began Monday gives educators a chance to anonymously assess the teaching and learning conditions in their schools.

    The survey by the New Teacher Center is supported by the governor’s office, the Agency of Education and the Vermont chapter of the National Education Association.

    Educators have until April 19 to complete the online survey. The results will be shared with schools, administrators, educators and state education policy makers.

    The survey can be found at the tellvermont.org website.

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