TELL Survey Shows Areas of Promise, and Concern
Oregon educators are seeing improvements in their access to technology and professional learning, but face increasing challenges with policies involving managing student conduct, according to results of the latest Teaching, Empowering, Leading, and Learning (TELL) Survey, released April 23.
The TELL survey is conducted every two years in Oregon and provides an opportunity for teachers and administrators to share perceptions about teaching and learning conditions at Oregon’s public schools. A record number of educators – 19,556 – took the 2018 Oregon TELL Survey. Click here to access the results on the TELL website.
“Educator voice and leadership are critical to improving student outcomes in schools throughout Oregon,” said Governor Kate Brown. “This data will help guide efforts to ensure all teachers are supported and the have resources they need to best serve our students.”
- TELL Oregon website
- 2018 TELL Survey poster (PDF file)
- TELL Survey - Letter to Educators
- TELL Survey - Letter to Principals
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ presentation)
TELL Survey - Google Drive
OEA has compiled individual reports from 2016 for each school district, available for download via Google Drive. Click here to access the folder (click on Individual District Reports) and find your district's report. These reports include participation rates by school building/site. We will be working to update this folder with 2018 results in the near future.