The Elective Reader Survey 2022

When The Elective launched in March 2020, the College Board's digital education magazine aimed to focus on higher-education pathways—be they four-year universities, community college, or vocational programs—while creating "a space for open, lively, and honest discussion about the issues, opportunities, challenges, quirks, and cultural footprint of education."

A lot has changed in the last two-and-a-half years, and The Elective has tried to change with it. Our original mission has evolved to include a solutions-oriented framework, for example, allowing us to engage with education, civics, and culture with a spirit of curiosity, pragmatism, and hope. We have big plans for The Elective. But as we look toward the future and what this publication can—and should—be, we need your input and feedback.

This survey should only take a few minutes, and we appreciate your time and support. If you would like to add any comments beyond what's asked here, don't hesitate to email us at elective@collegeboard.org.

Thank you for taking the time to share your views with us!
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How often do you visit The Elective? *

How many articles do you typically read when visiting The Elective?

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How do you usually come to The Elective?

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If you selected “Social media” in the previous question, what services do you usually use to find Elective articles?
How do you usually access The Elective
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What time of day do you typically visit The Elective? *
Why do you typically visit The Elective?
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What part(s) of The Elective have you found most beneficial?

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What would you change about The Elective? (ie. content, function, or how you read it) *
How do you typically prefer to get media/news content? (please select no more than 2 choices) *
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What is your age?

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What is your professional experience?

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How do you identify?

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Are you (may mark all that apply):

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