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Survey Results

The TELL MASS Survey is a statewide survey of school based licensed educators to determine if they have the supports necessary for effective teaching. The online survey is administered in Massachusetts every other year. During the four-week window the survey is administered, educators may complete the survey anytime, from any Internet location, using an anonymous password. 

Are you interested in using TELL Mass data as part of your research? Help us learn more. Click HERE to request the database of survey responses or HERE if your project requires limited demographics (years of experience and position in the school). The TELL Mass Survey is anonymous and there are no identifiers included in the database that could link responses to a specific teacher.

A host of stakeholder groups, representing teachers, superintendents, community and businesses, collaboratively work with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and New Teacher Center (NTC) to conduct the survey. For more information about NTC’s work across the country with TELL surveys, please click here.