Implementation Study

Differences in Teacher Perceptions of State Policies

Do teachers of different grades, subjects, and types of students view their state policies differently?

New data shows which states more likely to succeed in college- and career-readiness standards implementation

Contact: Jackie Kerstetter, gse-csail@gse.upenn.edu, (814) 440-2299

New data shows which states more likely to succeed in college- and career-readiness standards implementation

Map tool allows users to compare states’ policy features

How do educators perceive policies in their state?

As part of our C-SAIL work, we are analyzing surveys from state-representative samples of districts, and principals and teachers within those districts. Here I will discuss select findings for Texas and Ohio. We asked district leaders, principals and teachers to assess their policy environment based on the five following policy attributes: (1) consistency, (2) specificity, (3) authority, (4) power, and (5) stability.

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