There are still 2 days left to respond to our survey on national K–12 education standards, and I’ll be providing a final report on Wednesday. Then we’ll go on to the July survey.
As of 9 am Eastern time today, 163 people have responded, 71 more than June 18, when I gave the mid-survey roundup. Since we have 168 likes, that’s still not everyone, so for those of you who haven’t yet voted, I want to mention that we’ve moved to a one-question survey, so it won’t take much of your time to answer.
If you haven’t done so yet, please cast your vote here.
As of now, the clear leader in the answers to the question, “Do you think the United States should have national standards for K–12 education?” is “Yes, we need consistency.”
More analysis to come on Wednesday!