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The results of the 1991-92 Teacher Follow-up Survey (TFS) reinterview and extensive reconciliation
by U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Center for Education Statistics, Educational Resources Information Center in [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Statement||[by Cleo R. Jenkins and Angela-Jo Wetzel].|
|Series||Working paper series -- no. 95-10|
|Contributions||Wetzel, Angela-Jo., Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
The survey results offer specific details on the status of state plans for changes in teacher professional development, curriculum and instructional materials, and teacher-evaluation systems. using a survey instrument to measure teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge and report on the results of a pilot study in which a bank of survey items was developed to directly measure this construct in two critical domains of the elementary school curriculum— reading/ language arts and mathematics.
Teacher survey questions are survey questions asked to collect information related to teachers. Asking such questions can help the researcher to understand the education system. Educational institutes collect information about teachers’ professional development, their teaching methods and beliefs, best practices, recognition, and school. The SASS sample comprises approximat schools public and private school teachers. This report, results of which are intended primarily for users of the SASS data sets, identifies the same or similar survey items across the SASS and Teacher Followup Survey and compares these items and estimates across national, state.
Archived: A study that focuses on typical public schools in the United States at three levels: elementary, junior high, and senior high. The challenge has been to provide a composite profile of typical schools. The findings that emerged from the interviews and observations allow the construction of such profiles. FORMER TEACHER FOLLOW-UP SURVEY Purpose of Study This is the second state-wide survey of former teachers in the state of Georgia. The purpose this survey was to investigate further and to clarify some tentative findings in the first survey in The focus of this second survey, as was the case for the first, is to find out why.
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The Results of the Teacher Follow-up Survey (TFS) Reinterview and Extensive Reconciliation: Description: The two papers contained in this volume are two parts of a report on the results of the Teacher Followup Survey (TFS) Reinterview and Extensive Reconciliation.
Online Availability: Download, view, and print the report in a. The two papers in this volume are two parts of a report on the results of the Teacher Follow-up Survey Reinterview and Extensive Reconciliation, a follow-up to the Schools and Staffing : Cleo R.
Jenkins, Angela-Jo Wetzel. Consequently, the Teacher Follow-up Survey (TFS) Reinterview and Extensive Reconciliation was designed with a new objective in mind.
Primarily, it focused on determining the reasons for respondent and instrument errors. In this paper, we briefly describe the methods that were used to conduct this reinterview, followed by a. The Teacher Follow-Up Survey (TFS ) is a longitudinal follow-up to the Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS ).Publish Year: Get this from a library.
The results of the Teacher Follow-up Survey (TFS) reinterview and extensive reconciliation. [Cleo R Jenkins; Angela-Jo Wetzel. from the Teacher Followup Survey (UTS), a followup of a sample of public and private school teachers who responded to the Teacher Survey component of the 1 Schools and Staffing Survey.
The Teacher Followup Survey (TFS) updates information on teacher career patterns and plans from the Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS) of the National Center for Education Statistics.
The TFS is the fifth component of the SASS and focuses on a subsample of about 7, teachers. Major objectives are to determine (1) the attrition rate for teachers; (2) the characteristics of. The Teacher Followup Survey (TFS), designed to update data on teacher career patterns and plans and to determine attrition rates, queried a subsample of teachers in the profession during the school year and had two components: teachers who left the teaching profession between the school years and (former.
Teacher Retention and Attrition: A Review of the Literature. follow up survey, The results indicate that teacher mobility is much more strongly related to characteristics of the. Survey methods for educators: Analysis and reporting of survey data (part 3 of 3) Angela M.
Pazzaglia Erin T. Stafford Sheila M. Rodriguez Education Development Center, Inc. At Education Development Center, Inc. At Education Development Center, Inc. This study examined teachers’ satisfaction with various aspects of their job through multilevel analyses of national surveys conducted in the United States.
The data came from the National Center for Education Statistics Schools and Staffing Survey for – and Teacher Follow-up Survey for – Teacher retention and attrition were examined by conducting discriminant function analyses on data gathered from the –91 Schools and Staffing Survey and the –92 Teacher Follow-up Survey.
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The Evaluation of Project SEED,Detroit Public Schools, 92 43p. Teacher attrition and mobility: Results from the –09 teacher follow-up survey (NCES ). U.S. Department of Education. Washington, DC: National Center for Education Statistics.
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Teacher Followup Survey Data. File User's Manual imputation techniques for item nonresponse in sample surveys.' The Teacher Followup Survey, however, was not imputed for item nonresponse. Periodicity -of Survey The Teacher Followup Survey will be conducted again in for a subsample of teachers selected for the SASS.
Appendix 2 Characteristics of American Indian and Alaska Native Education, Results from the –91 SASS (NCES 95–) 2 Teacher Supply, Teacher Qualifications and Teacher Turnover, Aspects of Teacher Supply and Demand in the U.S., –91 (NCES 95–) 2 The Patterns of Teacher Compensation (NCES 95–) 2 Characteristics of Stayers, Movers, and Leavers: Results from the.
Characteristics of strayers, movers, and leavers results from the teacher followup survey: / Bibliographic Details; Corporate Author: b results from the teacher followup survey: / |c Sharon A.
Bobbitt [et al.]. Get this from a library. Characteristics of stayers, movers, and leavers: results from the teacher followup survey: [Sharon A Bobbitt; United States.
Office of Educational Research and Improvement.; National Center for Education Statistics.;]. We analyzed data from the largest and most comprehensive source of information on teachers available—the Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS) and its supplement, the Teacher Follow-Up Survey (TFS).
1 Conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the SASS administers survey questionnaires to a random sample of ab educators representing all types of teachers. Teacher Follow-Up Survey, Metadata Updated: Janu The Teacher Follow-Up Survey (TFS 12/13) is a longitudinal follow-up to the Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS ).The survey didn’t ask about satisfaction inbut in and teachers were asked, “How satisfied would you say you are with your job as a teacher in the public schools?”.Principal attrition and mobility results from the principal follow-up survey / by: Battle, Danielle.
Published: () Characteristics of stayers, movers, and leavers: results from the teacher followup survey, / by: Bobbitt, Sharon A. Published: ().