Result Details

Massachusetts (48.14% responded)
Acton (46.20% responded)
Massachusetts Elementary Schools (50.22% responded)
Luther Conant (81.25% responded)

 

Time

Q2.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about the use of time in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Class sizes are reasonable such that teachers have the time available to meet the needs of all students.
Massachusetts
n = 37723 / dk = 405
 
 
 
 

9%
30%
44%
16%
Acton
n = 78 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17788 / dk = 166
 
 
 
 

11%
30%
44%
15%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

27%
50%
19%
4

b. Teachers have time available to collaborate with colleagues.
Massachusetts
n = 37801 / dk = 268
 
 
 
 

13%
31%
41%
15%
Acton
n = 78
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17829 / dk = 104
 
 
 
 

11%
30%
45%
14%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 

23%
42%
35%

c. Teachers are allowed to focus on educating students with minimal interruptions
Massachusetts
n = 37587 / dk = 410
 
 
 
 

8%
29%
50%
13%
Acton
n = 79
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17705 / dk = 188
 
 
 
 

8%
30%
50%
12%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

8%
38%
50%
4

d. The non-instructional time provided for teachers in my school is sufficient.
Massachusetts
n = 37293 / dk = 729
 
 
 
 

11%
33%
45%
11%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17552 / dk = 351
 
 
 
 

11%
36%
44%
8%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

40%
52%
8%

e. Efforts are made to minimize the amount of routine paperwork teachers are required to do.
Massachusetts
n = 36759 / dk = 1286
 
 
 
 

17%
35%
40%
7%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 5
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17331 / dk = 584
 
 
 
 

17%
36%
40%
7%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 

17%
26%
57%

f. Teachers have sufficient instructional time to meet the needs of all students.
Massachusetts
n = 37355 / dk = 653
 
 
 
 

7%
34%
49%
10%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17602 / dk = 297
 
 
 
 

8%
38%
47%
8%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

8%
40%
44%
8%

g. Teachers are protected from duties that interfere with their essential role of educating students.
Massachusetts
n = 36947 / dk = 1061
 
 
 
 

8%
23%
53%
17%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17434 / dk = 452
 
 
 
 

7%
21%
55%
17%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

8%
20%
68%
4

Q2.2 In an average week, how much time do you devote to the following activities during the school day (i.e., time for which you are under contract to be at the school)?
      None
      Less than or equal to 1 hour
      More than 1 hour but less than or equal to 3 hours
      More than 3 hours but less than or equal to 5 hours
      More than 5 hours but less than or equal to 10 hours
      More than 10 hours
n = number of responses


a. Individual planning time
Massachusetts
n = 33388
 
 
 
 
 
 

2
19%
31%
31%
14%
3
Acton
n = 65
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15701
 
 
 
 
 
 

2
22%
34%
29%
10%
3
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 
 
 
 
 

9%
27%
36%
9%
14%
5%

b. Collaborative planning time
Massachusetts
n = 33438
 
 
 
 
 
 

16%
47%
27%
8%
1
0
Acton
n = 65
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15744
 
 
 
 
 
 

11%
52%
29%
7%
1
0
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 
 
 
 

14%
73%
5%
5%
5%

c. Supervisory duties
Massachusetts
n = 33275
 
 
 
 
 
 

22%
40%
25%
10%
3
1
Acton
n = 66
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15677
 
 
 
 
 
 

21%
45%
26%
5%
2
0
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 
 
 
 

9%
45%
32%
9%
5%

d. Required committee and/or staff meetings
Massachusetts
n = 33022
 
 
 
 
 
 

3
51%
39%
6%
1
0
Acton
n = 67
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15553
 
 
 
 
 
 

3
53%
39%
4%
1
0
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 
 

5%
45%
50%

e. Completing required administrative paperwork
Massachusetts
n = 33019
 
 
 
 
 
 

5%
48%
33%
9%
3
1
Acton
n = 65
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15541
 
 
 
 
 
 

6%
49%
32%
9%
3
1
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 
 
 
 

5%
55%
27%
9%
5%

f. Communicating with parents/guardians and/or the community
Massachusetts
n = 33421
 
 
 
 
 
 

2
51%
39%
7%
1
0
Acton
n = 67
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15742
 
 
 
 
 
 

2
52%
38%
6%
1
0
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 
 

43%
43%
9%
4%

g. Addressing student discipline issues
Massachusetts
n = 33537
 
 
 
 
 
 

6%
59%
26%
6%
2
1
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15784
 
 
 
 
 
 

5%
54%
29%
8%
3
1
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 
 
 
 

4%
57%
26%
4%
4%
4%

h. Professional development
Massachusetts
n = 33020
 
 
 
 
 
 

19%
50%
24%
5%
1
1
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15511
 
 
 
 
 
 

17%
51%
25%
5%
1
1
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 
 
 
 

30%
17%
30%
13%
4%
4%

i. Preparation for required federal, state, and local assessments
Massachusetts
n = 33252
 
 
 
 
 
 

15%
38%
30%
11%
4%
2
Acton
n = 67
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15663
 
 
 
 
 
 

13%
37%
32%
11%
5%
2
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 
 
 

22%
35%
26%
13%
4%

j. Delivery of assessments
Massachusetts
n = 33414
 
 
 
 
 
 

5%
35%
44%
11%
3
1
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15746
 
 
 
 
 
 

4%
35%
46%
11%
3
1
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 
 
 

9%
22%
52%
9%
9%

k. Utilizing results of assessments
Massachusetts
n = 33348
 
 
 
 
 
 

7%
42%
37%
10%
3
2
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15704
 
 
 
 
 
 

5%
40%
39%
10%
3
2
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 
 
 

9%
39%
39%
9%
4%

Q2.3 In an average week of teaching, how many hours do you spend on school-related activities outside the regular school work day (before or after school, and/or on the weekend)?
      None
      Less than or equal to 1 hour
      More than 1 hour but less than or equal to 3 hours
      More than 3 hours but less than or equal to 5 hours
      More than 5 hours but less than or equal to 10 hours
      More than 10 hours
n = number of responses
Massachusetts
n = 33811
 
 
 
 
 
 

1
3
13%
20%
30%
33%
Acton
n = 69
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15921
 
 
 
 
 
 

1
3
12%
19%
31%
34%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 
 

4%
48%
48%

 

Facilities and Resources

Q3.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about your school facilities and resources.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Teachers have sufficient access to appropriate instructional materials.
Massachusetts
n = 37369 / dk = 680
 
 
 
 

6%
21%
53%
19%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17647 / dk = 281
 
 
 
 

6%
22%
52%
20%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 

12%
79%
8%

b. Teachers have sufficient access to instructional technology, including computers, printers, software and internet access.
Massachusetts
n = 37715 / dk = 279
 
 
 
 

10%
26%
43%
21%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17785 / dk = 112
 
 
 
 

10%
26%
44%
20%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

28%
56%
16%

c. Teachers have access to reliable communication technology, including phones, faxes and email.
Massachusetts
n = 37822 / dk = 195
 
 
 
 

5%
14%
54%
27%
Acton
n = 78
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17842 / dk = 73
 
 
 
 

5%
14%
56%
26%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 

4
65%
31%

d. Teachers have sufficient access to office equipment and supplies such as copy machines, paper, pens, etc.
Massachusetts
n = 37778 / dk = 206
 
 
 
 

6%
19%
52%
23%
Acton
n = 77
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17828 / dk = 62
 
 
 
 

6%
19%
53%
22%
Luther Conant
n = 25
 
 
 

32%
52%
16%

e. Teachers have sufficient access to a broad range of professional support personnel.
Massachusetts
n = 37593 / dk = 414
 
 
 
 

5%
21%
54%
19%
Acton
n = 77
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17773 / dk = 134
 
 
 
 

6%
22%
54%
19%
Luther Conant
n = 25
 
 
 
 

4
36%
56%
4

f. The school environment is clean and well maintained.
Massachusetts
n = 37808 / dk = 288
 
 
 
 

5%
15%
47%
32%
Acton
n = 78
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17838 / dk = 116
 
 
 
 

5%
16%
48%
31%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

4
8%
54%
35%

g. Teachers have adequate space to work productively.
Massachusetts
n = 37605 / dk = 330
 
 
 
 

4%
15%
54%
26%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17763 / dk = 116
 
 
 
 

4%
16%
55%
25%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

20%
64%
16%

h. The physical environment of classrooms in this school supports teaching and learning.
Massachusetts
n = 37509 / dk = 325
 
 
 
 

5%
15%
53%
27%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17718 / dk = 129
 
 
 
 

4
13%
55%
28%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

16%
60%
24%

i. The reliability and speed of Internet connections in this school are sufficient to support instructional practices.
Massachusetts
n = 37711 / dk = 284
 
 
 
 

12%
25%
46%
17%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17746 / dk = 148
 
 
 
 

10%
23%
49%
17%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 

12%
65%
23%

j. Teachers and staff work in a school that is environmentally healthy.
Massachusetts
n = 36935 / dk = 1015
 
 
 
 

7%
21%
50%
22%
Acton
n = 71 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17419 / dk = 448
 
 
 
 

7%
21%
51%
21%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

4%
17%
54%
25%

 

Community Support and Involvement

Q4.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about community support and involvement in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Parents/guardians are influential decision makers in this school.
Massachusetts
n = 35541 / dk = 2322
 
 
 
 

4%
22%
53%
21%
Acton
n = 71 / dk = 8
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16891 / dk = 939
 
 
 
 

4
20%
56%
20%
Luther Conant
n = 21 / dk = 5
 
 
 
 

5%
29%
52%
14%

b. This school maintains clear, two-way communication with the community.
Massachusetts
n = 36844 / dk = 992
 
 
 
 

2
10%
64%
24%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17510 / dk = 318
 
 
 
 

1
8%
64%
27%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

16%
60%
24%

c. This school does a good job of encouraging parent/guardian involvement.
Massachusetts
n = 37071 / dk = 822
 
 
 
 

1
10%
59%
29%
Acton
n = 78 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17651 / dk = 205
 
 
 
 

1
8%
56%
36%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

4
8%
77%
12%

d. Teachers provide parents/guardians with useful information about student learning.
Massachusetts
n = 37052 / dk = 818
 
 
 
 

0
5%
62%
33%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17537 / dk = 299
 
 
 
 

0
3
57%
40%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

4
64%
32%

e. Families help students achieve educational goals in this school.
Massachusetts
n = 36436 / dk = 1506
 
 
 
 

5%
28%
55%
11%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17340 / dk = 525
 
 
 
 

5%
25%
57%
13%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

12%
72%
16%

f. Parents/guardians know what is going on in this school.
Massachusetts
n = 36245 / dk = 1588
 
 
 
 

3
18%
61%
18%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17360 / dk = 468
 
 
 
 

2
13%
62%
23%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

4
20%
60%
16%

g. Parents/guardians support teachers, contributing to their success with students.
Massachusetts
n = 36479 / dk = 1291
 
 
 
 

4%
25%
61%
11%
Acton
n = 78 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17320 / dk = 478
 
 
 
 

3
21%
62%
14%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

4
12%
69%
15%

h. Community members support teachers, contributing to their success with students.
Massachusetts
n = 34556 / dk = 3307
 
 
 
 

5%
23%
62%
11%
Acton
n = 73 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16397 / dk = 1436
 
 
 
 

3
20%
64%
13%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

12%
44%
40%
4

i. The community we serve is supportive of this school.
Massachusetts
n = 35761 / dk = 2100
 
 
 
 

4%
17%
61%
18%
Acton
n = 72 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16932 / dk = 901
 
 
 
 

3
14%
62%
21%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

12%
35%
42%
12%

 

Managing Student Conduct

Q5.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about managing student conduct in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Students at this school understand expectations for their conduct.
Massachusetts
n = 37774 / dk = 174
 
 
 
 

3
12%
59%
25%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17788 / dk = 80
 
 
 
 

2
10%
59%
28%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

4
12%
64%
20%

b. Students at this school follow rules of conduct.
Massachusetts
n = 37781 / dk = 144
 
 
 
 

4%
20%
62%
14%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17790 / dk = 69
 
 
 
 

3
18%
64%
15%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

4
19%
65%
12%

c. Policies and procedures about student conduct are clearly understood by the faculty.
Massachusetts
n = 37572 / dk = 262
 
 
 
 

3
19%
55%
23%
Acton
n = 78 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17694 / dk = 122
 
 
 
 

3
17%
54%
26%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

12%
31%
31%
27%

d. School administrators consistently enforce rules for student conduct.
Massachusetts
n = 37386 / dk = 522
 
 
 
 

9%
24%
46%
21%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17608 / dk = 239
 
 
 
 

6%
20%
49%
25%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

12%
23%
46%
19%

e. School administrators support teachers' efforts to maintain discipline in the classroom.
Massachusetts
n = 37316 / dk = 521
 
 
 
 

6%
15%
53%
26%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 5
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17577 / dk = 230
 
 
 
 

5%
14%
53%
28%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

8%
17%
50%
25%

f. Teachers consistently enforce rules for student conduct.
Massachusetts
n = 37271 / dk = 613
 
 
 
 

2
18%
57%
22%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17621 / dk = 203
 
 
 
 

1
9%
59%
31%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

16%
56%
28%

g. The faculty work in a school environment that is safe.
Massachusetts
n = 37528 / dk = 378
 
 
 
 

2
7%
60%
31%
Acton
n = 78 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17722 / dk = 120
 
 
 
 

1
6%
59%
34%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 

4
54%
42%

 

Teacher Leadership

Q6.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about teacher leadership in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Teachers are recognized as educational experts.
Massachusetts
n = 37345 / dk = 499
 
 
 
 

5%
17%
57%
21%
Acton
n = 78
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17637 / dk = 200
 
 
 
 

4%
16%
56%
24%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

4
12%
54%
31%

b. Teachers are trusted to make sound professional decisions about instruction.
Massachusetts
n = 37329 / dk = 402
 
 
 
 

5%
17%
55%
24%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17615 / dk = 171
 
 
 
 

5%
17%
53%
25%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 

12%
58%
31%

c. Teachers are relied upon to make decisions about educational issues.
Massachusetts
n = 37019 / dk = 735
 
 
 
 

5%
21%
54%
20%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17493 / dk = 306
 
 
 
 

4%
20%
54%
22%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

4
28%
48%
20%

d. Teachers are encouraged to participate in school leadership roles.
Massachusetts
n = 36918 / dk = 835
 
 
 
 

3
13%
57%
27%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17404 / dk = 398
 
 
 
 

2
11%
57%
30%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 

15%
69%
15%

e. The faculty has an effective process for making group decisions to solve problems.
Massachusetts
n = 36136 / dk = 1609
 
 
 
 

8%
32%
46%
14%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17141 / dk = 651
 
 
 
 

6%
27%
49%
17%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

12%
36%
36%
16%

f. In this school we take steps to solve problems.
Massachusetts
n = 36836 / dk = 959
 
 
 
 

5%
20%
57%
18%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17471 / dk = 347
 
 
 
 

4
17%
58%
21%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

4
24%
52%
20%

g. Teachers are effective leaders in this school.
Massachusetts
n = 36971 / dk = 791
 
 
 
 

4
18%
57%
22%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17498 / dk = 303
 
 
 
 

3
15%
56%
26%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

12%
52%
36%

Q6.2 Please indicate the role teachers have at your school in each of the following areas.
      No role at all
      Small role
      Moderate role
      Large role
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Selecting instructional materials and resources
Massachusetts
n = 35644 / dk = 2330
 
 
 
 

6%
25%
34%
35%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 5
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16843 / dk = 1059
 
 
 
 

8%
32%
36%
23%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 

37%
29%
33%

b. Devising teaching techniques
Massachusetts
n = 36269 / dk = 1582
 
 
 
 

3
13%
31%
53%
Acton
n = 72 / dk = 7
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17064 / dk = 789
 
 
 
 

4
17%
36%
44%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 

9%
30%
61%

c. Setting grading and student assessment practices
Massachusetts
n = 36083 / dk = 1614
 
 
 
 

6%
19%
34%
41%
Acton
n = 73 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16922 / dk = 862
 
 
 
 

9%
27%
37%
27%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

8%
25%
33%
33%

d. Determining the content of in-service professional development programs
Massachusetts
n = 35955 / dk = 1904
 
 
 
 

26%
39%
27%
8%
Acton
n = 69 / dk = 8
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17023 / dk = 826
 
 
 
 

27%
39%
26%
8%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

17%
35%
39%
9%

e. Establishing student discipline procedures
Massachusetts
n = 36190 / dk = 1733
 
 
 
 

16%
34%
35%
14%
Acton
n = 73 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17092 / dk = 778
 
 
 
 

12%
30%
39%
19%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

4%
22%
30%
43%

f. Providing input on how the school budget will be spent
Massachusetts
n = 34615 / dk = 3265
 
 
 
 

46%
36%
15%
3
Acton
n = 73 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16327 / dk = 1518
 
 
 
 

46%
36%
15%
3
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 

48%
43%
9%

g. The selection of teachers new to this school
Massachusetts
n = 34966 / dk = 2985
 
 
 
 

29%
37%
25%
9%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 5
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16560 / dk = 1333
 
 
 
 

25%
37%
28%
10%
Luther Conant
n = 22 / dk = 4
 
 
 
 

23%
41%
32%
5%

h. School improvement planning
Massachusetts
n = 34790 / dk = 3098
 
 
 
 

16%
38%
35%
11%
Acton
n = 72 / dk = 7
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16549 / dk = 1312
 
 
 
 

12%
36%
39%
13%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

17%
39%
35%
9%

Q6.5 Teachers have an appropriate level of influence on decision making in this school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses
Massachusetts
n = 35982 / dk = 2123
 
 
 
 

12%
33%
49%
7%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17076 / dk = 875
 
 
 
 

10%
30%
52%
7%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

16%
36%
40%
8%

 

School Leadership

Q7.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about school leadership in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. The faculty and leadership have a shared vision.
Massachusetts
n = 36360 / dk = 1675
 
 
 
 

6%
24%
56%
14%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17257 / dk = 665
 
 
 
 

5%
19%
58%
18%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

12%
24%
52%
12%

b. There is an atmosphere of trust and mutual respect in this school.
Massachusetts
n = 37411 / dk = 563
 
 
 
 

10%
24%
48%
19%
Acton
n = 78
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17675 / dk = 220
 
 
 
 

9%
22%
48%
22%
Luther Conant
n = 26
 
 
 
 

4
42%
38%
15%

c. Teachers feel comfortable raising issues and concerns that are important to them.
Massachusetts
n = 37145 / dk = 876
 
 
 
 

10%
24%
47%
19%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17568 / dk = 351
 
 
 
 

9%
23%
47%
22%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

21%
29%
29%
21%

d. The school leadership consistently supports teachers.
Massachusetts
n = 36775 / dk = 1189
 
 
 
 

7%
23%
49%
21%
Acton
n = 71 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17365 / dk = 526
 
 
 
 

6%
20%
49%
25%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

8%
24%
44%
24%

e. Teachers are held to high professional standards for delivering instruction.
Massachusetts
n = 37683 / dk = 311
 
 
 
 

2
5%
49%
44%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17772 / dk = 127
 
 
 
 

1
3
45%
50%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

8%
40%
52%

f. The school leadership facilitates using data to improve student learning.
Massachusetts
n = 36661 / dk = 1357
 
 
 
 

2
9%
53%
36%
Acton
n = 66 / dk = 12
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17558 / dk = 365
 
 
 
 

1
5%
48%
45%
Luther Conant
n = 22 / dk = 4
 
 
 

27%
50%
23%

g. Teacher performance is assessed objectively.
Massachusetts
n = 35154 / dk = 2899
 
 
 
 

5%
13%
58%
24%
Acton
n = 70 / dk = 8
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16717 / dk = 1213
 
 
 
 

4
11%
57%
29%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 

8%
67%
25%

h. Teachers receive feedback that can help them improve teaching.
Massachusetts
n = 35976 / dk = 1981
 
 
 
 

4%
16%
57%
23%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17008 / dk = 880
 
 
 
 

3
14%
55%
28%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

4%
25%
54%
17%

i. The procedures for teacher evaluation are consistent.
Massachusetts
n = 34591 / dk = 3366
 
 
 
 

7%
19%
52%
22%
Acton
n = 65 / dk = 13
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16421 / dk = 1466
 
 
 
 

5%
15%
53%
26%
Luther Conant
n = 21 / dk = 5
 
 
 

14%
67%
19%

j. The school improvement team provides effective leadership at this school.
Massachusetts
n = 29743 / dk = 8118
 
 
 
 

7%
23%
53%
16%
Acton
n = 57 / dk = 21
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14462 / dk = 3386
 
 
 
 

6%
21%
55%
19%
Luther Conant
n = 18 / dk = 8
 
 
 
 

11%
50%
28%
11%

k. The faculty are recognized for accomplishments.
Massachusetts
n = 36644 / dk = 1285
 
 
 
 

7%
20%
52%
22%
Acton
n = 72 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17241 / dk = 615
 
 
 
 

6%
20%
50%
24%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

13%
35%
35%
17%

Q7.3 The school leadership makes a sustained effort to address teacher concerns about:
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Leadership issues
Massachusetts
n = 33022 / dk = 4926
 
 
 
 

9%
25%
55%
11%
Acton
n = 69 / dk = 10
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15621 / dk = 2261
 
 
 
 

7%
22%
58%
13%
Luther Conant
n = 21 / dk = 5
 
 
 

10%
38%
52%

b. Facilities and resources
Massachusetts
n = 35367 / dk = 2566
 
 
 
 

5%
18%
62%
14%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 5
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16703 / dk = 1180
 
 
 
 

5%
17%
63%
16%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

4%
30%
57%
9%

c. The use of time in my school
Massachusetts
n = 35163 / dk = 2768
 
 
 
 

7%
25%
57%
12%
Acton
n = 69 / dk = 9
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16651 / dk = 1226
 
 
 
 

6%
22%
58%
14%
Luther Conant
n = 22 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

5%
27%
64%
5%

d. Professional development
Massachusetts
n = 35515 / dk = 2448
 
 
 
 

8%
26%
54%
12%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16753 / dk = 1132
 
 
 
 

7%
24%
56%
13%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 

25%
71%
4%

e. Teacher leadership
Massachusetts
n = 33297 / dk = 4528
 
 
 
 

6%
21%
61%
12%
Acton
n = 70 / dk = 9
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15794 / dk = 2025
 
 
 
 

5%
18%
63%
14%
Luther Conant
n = 21 / dk = 5
 
 
 

29%
67%
5%

f. Community support and involvement
Massachusetts
n = 33606 / dk = 4257
 
 
 
 

4%
16%
66%
14%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16093 / dk = 1752
 
 
 
 

3
13%
69%
16%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

4
28%
56%
12%

g. Managing student conduct
Massachusetts
n = 35965 / dk = 1953
 
 
 
 

7%
20%
57%
16%
Acton
n = 73 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16971 / dk = 890
 
 
 
 

6%
18%
59%
18%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

4%
29%
58%
8%

h. Instructional practices and support
Massachusetts
n = 35574 / dk = 2334
 
 
 
 

4%
15%
64%
16%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16905 / dk = 952
 
 
 
 

4
15%
64%
18%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 

33%
54%
12%

i. New teacher support
Massachusetts
n = 32820 / dk = 5051
 
 
 
 

5%
16%
60%
19%
Acton
n = 63 / dk = 15
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15313 / dk = 2526
 
 
 
 

5%
15%
61%
19%
Luther Conant
n = 18 / dk = 8
 
 
 

33%
50%
17%

 

Professional Development

Q8.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with statements about professional development in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. Sufficient resources are available for professional development in my school.
Massachusetts
n = 36890 / dk = 1098
 
 
 
 

10%
32%
48%
10%
Acton
n = 74 / dk = 5
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17443 / dk = 471
 
 
 
 

9%
31%
49%
11%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

4%
30%
52%
13%

b. An appropriate amount of time is provided for professional development.
Massachusetts
n = 37420 / dk = 539
 
 
 
 

9%
31%
51%
10%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17688 / dk = 209
 
 
 
 

8%
29%
52%
10%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

16%
28%
48%
8%

c. Professional development offerings are data driven.
Massachusetts
n = 31380 / dk = 6622
 
 
 
 

7%
26%
54%
13%
Acton
n = 46 / dk = 33
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15382 / dk = 2548
 
 
 
 

5%
23%
57%
15%
Luther Conant
n = 17 / dk = 9
 
 

41%
59%

d. Professional development opportunities are aligned with the school’s improvement plan.
Massachusetts
n = 30701 / dk = 7063
 
 
 
 

4%
14%
67%
14%
Acton
n = 53 / dk = 23
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14957 / dk = 2855
 
 
 
 

4
13%
68%
16%
Luther Conant
n = 16 / dk = 9
 
 
 

31%
56%
12%

e. Professional development is differentiated to meet the needs of individual teachers.
Massachusetts
n = 35916 / dk = 2057
 
 
 
 

17%
41%
35%
7%
Acton
n = 70 / dk = 9
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17056 / dk = 849
 
 
 
 

17%
41%
35%
7%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

4%
39%
43%
13%

f. Professional development deepens teachers' content knowledge.
Massachusetts
n = 36440 / dk = 1542
 
 
 
 

14%
32%
44%
9%
Acton
n = 76 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17238 / dk = 666
 
 
 
 

9%
27%
52%
11%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 
 

4%
4%
67%
25%

g. Teachers are encouraged to reflect on their own practice.
Massachusetts
n = 36887 / dk = 1032
 
 
 
 

4%
12%
66%
18%
Acton
n = 78 / dk = 1
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17434 / dk = 440
 
 
 
 

3
11%
67%
19%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

12%
56%
32%

h. In this school, follow up is provided from professional development.
Massachusetts
n = 35484 / dk = 2336
 
 
 
 

11%
38%
43%
8%
Acton
n = 73 / dk = 6
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16803 / dk = 1034
 
 
 
 

9%
36%
47%
9%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 
 

13%
48%
26%
13%

i. Professional development provides ongoing opportunities for teachers to work with colleagues to refine teaching practices.
Massachusetts
n = 36637 / dk = 1166
 
 
 
 

10%
31%
49%
10%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17322 / dk = 493
 
 
 
 

8%
29%
51%
12%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 
 

4
8%
68%
20%

j. Professional development is evaluated and results are communicated to teachers.
Massachusetts
n = 34544 / dk = 3271
 
 
 
 

15%
45%
34%
7%
Acton
n = 66 / dk = 13
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16284 / dk = 1544
 
 
 
 

13%
45%
35%
7%
Luther Conant
n = 22 / dk = 4
 
 
 
 

18%
41%
27%
14%

k. Professional development enhances teachers' ability to implement instructional strategies that meet diverse student learning needs.
Massachusetts
n = 36201 / dk = 1600
 
 
 
 

9%
27%
53%
10%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 3
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17169 / dk = 647
 
 
 
 

7%
25%
56%
12%
Luther Conant
n = 24 / dk = 2
 
 
 

12%
62%
25%

l. Professional development enhances teachers' abilities to improve student learning.
Massachusetts
n = 36268 / dk = 1404
 
 
 
 

8%
22%
58%
12%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17199 / dk = 543
 
 
 
 

6%
20%
61%
14%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

4
72%
24%

Q8.2 In which of the following areas (if any) do you need professional development to teach your students more effectively?
      Yes
      No
n = number of responses


a. Your content area
Massachusetts
n = 33138
 
 

49%
51%
Acton
n = 69
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15564
 
 

45%
55%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

35%
65%

b. Common Core Standards
Massachusetts
n = 33196
 
 

64%
36%
Acton
n = 69
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15639
 
 

64%
36%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

83%
17%

c. Using student assessments (benchmark or formative)
Massachusetts
n = 32990
 
 

46%
54%
Acton
n = 69
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15531
 
 

40%
60%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

61%
39%

d. Using data to drive instructional decision making
Massachusetts
n = 32985
 
 

41%
59%
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15521
 
 

36%
64%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

23%
77%

e. Differentiating instruction
Massachusetts
n = 33082
 
 

52%
48%
Acton
n = 69
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15569
 
 

51%
49%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

35%
65%

f. Teaching students with disabilities
Massachusetts
n = 33070
 
 

56%
44%
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15566
 
 

57%
43%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

50%
50%

g. Teaching gifted and talented students
Massachusetts
n = 32988
 
 

56%
44%
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15535
 
 

58%
42%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

59%
41%

h. Teaching English language learners
Massachusetts
n = 33015
 
 

52%
48%
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15551
 
 

53%
47%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

57%
43%

i. Closing the Achievement Gap
Massachusetts
n = 32787
 
 

60%
40%
Acton
n = 66
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15440
 
 

61%
39%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

32%
68%

j. Promoting cultural proficiency (i.e., knowledge, skills and dispositions to address needs and strengths of diverse populations)
Massachusetts
n = 32737
 
 

45%
55%
Acton
n = 66
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15387
 
 

44%
56%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

50%
50%

k. Separating learning needs from a disability in culturally and linguistically diverse students
Massachusetts
n = 32906
 
 

51%
49%
Acton
n = 67
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15504
 
 

52%
48%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

64%
36%

l. Methods of teaching
Massachusetts
n = 32813
 
 

37%
63%
Acton
n = 66
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15410
 
 

32%
68%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

9%
91%

m. Using reading/writing strategies
Massachusetts
n = 32833
 
 

43%
57%
Acton
n = 66
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15441
 
 

47%
53%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

41%
59%

n. Integrating technology into instruction
Massachusetts
n = 33038
 
 

64%
36%
Acton
n = 66
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15535
 
 

66%
34%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

64%
36%

o. Co-teaching/collaborative teaching
Massachusetts
n = 32943
 
 

51%
49%
Acton
n = 67
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15478
 
 

48%
52%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

59%
41%

p. Managing student behavior
Massachusetts
n = 32804
 
 

38%
62%
Acton
n = 68
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15431
 
 

40%
60%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

22%
78%

Q8.3 In the past 2 years have you had 10 clock hours or more of professional development in any of the following areas?
      Yes
      No
n = number of responses


a. Your content area
Massachusetts
n = 30566
 
 

63%
37%
Acton
n = 65
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14334
 
 

69%
31%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

83%
17%

b. Common Core Standards
Massachusetts
n = 30433
 
 

47%
53%
Acton
n = 63
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14339
 
 

54%
46%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

57%
43%

c. Using student assessments (benchmark or formative)
Massachusetts
n = 30375
 
 

50%
50%
Acton
n = 63
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14302
 
 

57%
43%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

73%
27%

d. Using data to drive instructional decision making
Massachusetts
n = 30384
 
 

49%
51%
Acton
n = 62
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14303
 
 

56%
44%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

36%
64%

e. Differentiating instruction
Massachusetts
n = 30374
 
 

39%
61%
Acton
n = 62
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14275
 
 

41%
59%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

41%
59%

f. Teaching students with disabilities
Massachusetts
n = 30338
 
 

22%
78%
Acton
n = 61
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14266
 
 

22%
78%
Luther Conant
n = 21
 
 

24%
76%

g. Teaching gifted and talented students
Massachusetts
n = 30159
 
 

6%
94%
Acton
n = 61
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14180
 
 

5%
95%
Luther Conant
n = 21
 
 

5%
95%

h. Teaching English language learners
Massachusetts
n = 30365
 
 

31%
69%
Acton
n = 62
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14288
 
 

35%
65%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

41%
59%

i. Closing the Achievement Gap
Massachusetts
n = 30085
 
 

16%
84%
Acton
n = 61
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14145
 
 

17%
83%
Luther Conant
n = 21
 
 

14%
86%

j. Promoting cultural proficiency (i.e., knowledge, skills and dispositions to address needs and strengths of diverse populations)
Massachusetts
n = 30090
 
 

19%
81%
Acton
n = 58
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14141
 
 

19%
81%
Luther Conant
n = 20
 
 

20%
80%

k. Separating learning needs from a disability in culturally and linguistically diverse students
Massachusetts
n = 30164
 
 

11%
89%
Acton
n = 60
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14175
 
 

11%
89%
Luther Conant
n = 21
 
 

19%
81%

l. Methods of teaching
Massachusetts
n = 30241
 
 

42%
58%
Acton
n = 62
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14205
 
 

45%
55%
Luther Conant
n = 21
 
 

48%
52%

m. Using reading/writing strategies
Massachusetts
n = 30307
 
 

51%
49%
Acton
n = 64
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14290
 
 

63%
37%
Luther Conant
n = 23
 
 

91%
9%

n. Integrating technology into instruction
Massachusetts
n = 30277
 
 

41%
59%
Acton
n = 62
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14232
 
 

37%
63%
Luther Conant
n = 22
 
 

77%
23%

o. Co-teaching/collaborative teaching
Massachusetts
n = 30208
 
 

16%
84%
Acton
n = 61
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14189
 
 

15%
85%
Luther Conant
n = 21
 
 

19%
81%

p. Managing student behavior
Massachusetts
n = 30085
 
 

18%
82%
Acton
n = 59
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14156
 
 

21%
79%
Luther Conant
n = 20
 
 

10%
90%

 

Instructional Practices and Support

Q9.1 Please rate how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements about instructional practices and support in your school.
      Strongly disagree
      Disagree
      Agree
      Strongly agree
n = number of responses
dk = number of "don't know" responses


a. State assessment data are available in time to impact instructional practices.
Massachusetts
n = 31676 / dk = 6035
 
 
 
 

10%
28%
53%
9%
Acton
n = 63 / dk = 16
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 14870 / dk = 2932
 
 
 
 

10%
28%
53%
10%
Luther Conant
n = 22 / dk = 4
 
 
 
 

5%
32%
55%
9%

b. Local assessment data are available in time to impact instructional practices.
Massachusetts
n = 31458 / dk = 6085
 
 
 
 

4
15%
68%
14%
Acton
n = 57 / dk = 21
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 15641 / dk = 2101
 
 
 
 

2
10%
71%
16%
Luther Conant
n = 19 / dk = 6
 
 
 
 

5%
16%
63%
16%

c. Teachers use assessment data to inform their instruction.
Massachusetts
n = 34660 / dk = 2992
 
 
 
 

1
10%
69%
20%
Acton
n = 72 / dk = 7
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16922 / dk = 866
 
 
 
 

1
5%
69%
25%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 

22%
48%
30%

d. Teachers work in professional learning communities to develop and align instructional practices.
Massachusetts
n = 35680 / dk = 1886
 
 
 
 

5%
19%
57%
18%
Acton
n = 77 / dk = 2
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17058 / dk = 692
 
 
 
 

4
16%
59%
22%
Luther Conant
n = 25 / dk = 1
 
 
 

24%
52%
24%

e. Provided supports (i.e. instructional coaching, professional learning communities, etc.) translate to improvements in instructional practices by teachers.
Massachusetts
n = 33626 / dk = 3900
 
 
 
 

6%
24%
58%
13%
Acton
n = 72 / dk = 7
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 16328 / dk = 1427
 
 
 
 

4%
20%
60%
16%
Luther Conant
n = 22 / dk = 4
 
 
 

27%
68%
5%

f. Teachers are encouraged to try new things to improve instruction.
Massachusetts
n = 36453 / dk = 1253
 
 
 
 

2
10%
64%
24%
Acton
n = 75 / dk = 4
N/A
Massachusetts Elementary Schools
n = 17265 / dk = 543
 
 
 
 

2
10%
64%
25%
Luther Conant
n = 23 / dk = 3
 
 
 

9%
65%
26%