Teachers and K–12 education made headlines this year. Elections can only tell us so much about what the public thinks about K–12 education. That's why we look to polls like EdChoice's six-years-running "Schooling in America Survey," which allows us to provide a clear picture of Americans' views and attitudes on K–12 issues. For this year's survey, we interviewed a representative national sample of 1,803 American adults, including an extra 533 school-aged parents. Most notably, we surveyed a separate sample of 777 public school teachers.
Learn what we found in this slide show of our key findings.
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