The Alabama State Department of Education is conducting a statewide survey concerning some of the perceptions on public education in the state – and we need YOUR help. From Tuesday, September 10, 2019, until Thursday, October 10, 2019, we will embark upon the TAKE 10 FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION survey; an attempt to capture the opinions of a broad spectrum of Alabamians.
We will reach out to teachers, principals, students, superintendents, legislators, retirees, military families, faith communities, education advocates and agencies, chambers of commerce, and many others, to see how people in the state of Alabama feel about a variety of issues facing public education today.
That is where you come in. So that we can gather the most broad, inclusive, data set possible, we need your help promoting this survey to your individual email listservs and constituents across the state. The compilation of this data is instrumental to the ALSDE and our development of a Strategic Plan for Alabama’s public schools. The TAKE 10 FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION survey was designed to allow officials at the ALSDE to have a glimpse into the vantage point of Alabamians from every walk of life.
So please, on behalf of the ALSDE, email the link below to all of your internal and external publics and encourage them participate in the TAKE 10 FOR PUBLIC EDUCATION survey. The survey may only take 10 minutes to complete, but the impact on the department’s Strategic Plan will resonate for years to come.
Click the link below to take the survey:
Eric G. Mackey, Ed.D.
State Superintendent of Education
Alabama State Department of Education
Gordon Persons Building, Room 5114
- O. Box 302101
Montgomery, AL 36130-2101
Telephone: 334.694.4902 (NEW PHONE NUMBER) Fax: 334.694.4990 (NEW FAX NUMBER)