(FRANKFORT, KY) – Teachers across Kentucky can make their voices heard about working conditions in their schools in just minutes through the 2023-2024 Impact Kentucky Working Conditions Survey.
By completing the survey that opens Nov. 1 for certified staff members, teachers can share information that could result in significant school improvement.
The survey will provide schools with critical data that guides the implementation of policies and practices that maximize teacher effectiveness.
Administered by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and Panorama Education, the survey should only take about 25 minutes and is completely anonymous. Panorama Education’s mission is to improve student outcomes by helping schools and districts act on data. Panorama partners with more than 10 state agencies and over 45 of the largest districts in the country to reach more than 15 million students.
The Impact Kentucky Working Conditions Survey is a survey offered every two years to certified educators in Kentucky. The survey, which is open through Dec. 15, is comprised of questions that were developed from feedback from KDE’s Teachers Advisory Council and Principals Advisory Council.
All schools have identified a survey coordinator from among their faculty. To participate, certified staff members should reach out to the survey coordinator in their school building to get the anonymous code that is required to take the Impact Kentucky Working Conditions Survey.
Panorama Education will collect and analyze the survey results, which are expected to be available to schools in late January 2024.
Any questions can be directed to the Impact Kentucky inbox. For support during the survey, email the Impact Kentucky support team. More details, including results from the most recent survey, can be found on the Impact Kentucky website.