Complete 2020-2021 Educator Supply and Demand Survey
The American Association for Employment in Education (AAEE) is requesting AACTE members’ participation in the 2020-2021 Educator Supply and Demand Survey, conducted in conjunction with the Center for Marketing & Opinion Research, LLC (CMOR). Both AAEE members and non-members are invited and encouraged to participate.
With data and perceptions gathered from colleges, universities, and school systems over several decades, the report generated will provide you and your institution with valuable regional and national insights and trends in PK-12 educator supply and demand. An electronic version of this report will be provided to all respondents in Spring 2021 at no cost.
Completion of the survey should take about 15 minutes and all responses will remain confidential.
Preview questions (in PDF format) prior to survey completion.
College or University? Complete this survey.
School District? Complete this survey.
Your participation in this survey by January 31, 2021 would be greatly appreciated! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Anthony Matonis at email@example.com or 330-564-4211.
If you are interested in the 2019-2020 Educator Supply & Demand Report generated following last year’s survey, please visit aaee.org/aaee-resources.
The American Association for Employment in Education is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on training, preparation, recruitment, and retention within PK-12 employment. Our primary membership includes colleges and universities with teacher education programs, public and private school systems, and other institutions affiliated with educator training, preparation, recruitment, and retention. For more information about the organization or membership, please visit aaee.org.
Meg Kamman of the University of Florida, is co-director of CEEDAR, and Tim Neubert is executive director for the American Association for Employment in Education.
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