CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — AFT-West Virginia, a teacher union, held a news conference Wednesday morning to share the results of a survey they conducted on education reform.
There were about 1,000 people who took the survey, and anyone was allowed to take it. There were seven questions and the last one asked the surveyors to identify themselves, and 75 percent said they were teachers.
The results of the survey are listed below :
Question 1: How can policymakers empower ad support individual school staff to improve student achievement?
29 percent said less focus on standardized tests