NEA Survey On Common Core

I received this in my email yesterday.  All PJSTA members should be sure to take the survey.  I made sure to tell the NEA to STOP SUPPORTING THE COMMON CORE!


Your state education association and the National Education Association want to hear from you on some of the most important education issues teachers are facing – issues like Common Core implementation and standardized testing.

The NEA and your state education association have hired Bernett Research, an independent opinion research firm, to conduct a confidential survey of K-12 teacher members across the state. We urge you to take a few minutes to fill out this very important survey. They need to hear from you in order to be an effective voice for you on the critical issues that affect you, your teacher colleagues, your profession, and your students.

The process is easy and the survey will only take a few minutes to complete. All you have to do is click on the link below or type the full web address listed below into your web browser:

Please be assured that your responses to the survey are strictly confidential. Neither the NEA nor your state education association will have access to any identifying information for any opinions or responses you provide.

The link above will only be active through Tuesday, February 18, so we urge you to complete the survey as soon as possible. 

The NEA cannot stress enough the importance of ensuring that educator voices are a major part of the public debate about the future of public education. But they need your help to make that happen.

Should you have any questions or difficulties completing this survey, please feel free to contact the project manager, Brooke Tippery, by email at

On behalf of your state education association and the NEA, thank you for your participation.

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