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Survey Tracker: Monitoring How K-12 Educators Are Responding to Coronavirus

By EdWeek Research Center — April 28, 2020 | Updated: October 27, 2020 1 min read
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The nationally representative surveys are keeping tabs on the impact of the virus on schools by tracking educator morale, student engagement, remote learning, and other trends over time.

Here are the latest findings. Check back every month for updated data and survey results.

Note: The EdWeek Research Center COVID-19 surveys are administered every two weeks, but not all questions are repeated on that cadence.

ABOUT THE SURVEYS

AUGUST 28TH SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey August 26th-28th. Respondents included 826 K-12 educators (415 teachers, 149 principals, and 262 district-level administrators).
JULY 23RD SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally representative, online survey July 22nd and 23rd 2020. There were 1366 educators who responded to the survey [242 district leaders, 251 principals, and 873 teachers].
JUNE 18TH SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey was conducted June 17th and 18th 2020. A total of 1,150 educators responded ( 559 teachers, 289 principals, and 302 district leaders).
MAY 28TH SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey May 20th-28th 2020. A total of 1,907 educators responded (1014 teachers, 447 principals, and 446 district leaders).
MAY 7TH SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey May 6th and May 7th of 2020. A total of 908 educators responded (599 teachers and 309 district leaders).
APRIL 23RD SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey April 22nd and 23rd 2020. A total of 1,107 educators responded (785 teachers and 322 district leaders).
APRIL 8TH SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey April 7th and 8th to 1,720 educators (624 district leaders and 1,096 teachers).
MARCH 25TH SURVEY: The EdWeek Research Center fielded this nationally-representative online survey March 24th and 25th, 2020. A total of 911 educators responded (557 teachers and 354 district-level administrators).

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