At this very early stage in the conversation, we would like to hear from STEM teachers who are interested in public policy engagement, and understand what they see as priorities for their individual goals in professional development, career path, and societal impact.
Originally distributed at the NSTA 2017 session “How Can STEM Teachers Become Effective, Impartial Voices in Public Policy?” No personal information will be recorded, and your responses will be seen and utilized by staff at the National Academies and the California Council on Science and Technology. Questions about this survey may be directed to Jay Labov (JLabov@nas.edu) or Susan Hackwood (email@example.com).
There are ten (10) questions in total. This survey is only open to STEM teachers.