Do You Vote Like a Teacher?

The fifth annual survey conducted by Harvard’s Program on Education Policy and Governance and Education Next magazine on a wide range of education policy issues, released this morning, uncovered growing divisions between teachers and the general public.

You can take the survey yourself and see immediately whether your responses most resemble those of other Ed Next readers, teachers, or the general public. Click here to get to the survey.

An article interpreting the results of the 2011 Harvard/EdNext survey, “The Public Weighs In on School Reform,” by William Howell, Martin West, and Paul Peterson, will appear in the Fall 2011 issue of Ed Next and is now available online.

The complete survey results are available here [PDF].

A press release summarizing the survey appears here.

Paul Peterson reflects on the survey’s findings about vouchers in “No Matter How You Ask the Question, School Vouchers Rebounded in 2011.”

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