ASSISTments Teachers for Research & Feedback
As a user of ASSISTments you know the benefits it has for you and your students.
Our features are not only research based, but ASSISTments itself is also used as a platform for researchers who are trying to learn more about math learning.
We are always in need of teachers who want to help us to move this educational research forward and ultimately make sure ASSISTments is as teacher-informed and research-based as possible

This form is to help us gather the names and information of those teacher users who are interested in hearing from us when we have a possible research or feedback opportunity.
By signing up here, you will receive a monthly newsletter letting you know about opportunities and how to sign up as well, as well as the outcomes from projects that have concluded.
Email address *
First Name *
Last Name *
State in which you teach *
School district in which you teach (Please spell name in full. For ex: Wake County Public Schools) *
Which best describes your school context? *
Your school website
Grade(s) you teach - choose all that apply *
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Please indicate all of the racial or ethnic group(s) with which you identify. (Please indicate multiple if you identify with more than one race): *
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To the best of your ability, please indicate what percentage of the students you serve qualify for free or reduced lunch. *
Are the majority of the students you serve (50% or more) Black and/or Latinx students? *
Which of the below opportunties would you find most exciting/interesting? (check all that apply) *
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In terms of time commitment, I am more interested in... *
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Where did you hear about this opportunity? *
How long have you been using ASSISTments? *
How often do you assign through ASSISTments? *
Have you ever built any of your own ASSISTments content? *
From which of the following content in ASSISTments have you assigned work to your students? (Select all that apply) *
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Do you assign any specific textbook content in ASSISTments? *
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