What Educators Really Think About Innovation (Infographic)

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In October 2018, the Education Week Research Center conducted a nationally representative online survey of nearly 500 K-12 teachers, principals, and district leaders to learn more about their views on innovation—a common buzzword that was defined in the survey as “the introduction and/or creation of new ideas or methods.”

Read the full report: 10 Big Ideas in Education

Source: Education Week Research Center, 2018

Source: Education Week Research Center, 2018

Vol. 38, Issue 17, Pages 18-19

Published in Print: January 9, 2019, as What Educators Think About Innovation
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