Results are now publicly available!
A special 'THANKS!' to the more than 31,000 educators (51%) across Colorado who took the time to complete the 2015 TELL Colorado Survey! Your voice will now be shared in the state, district and school-level results and be a part of school improvment plans.
In the News: "Making Classrooms Work"
Why teachers need to be involved in education policy decisions. Click here to read the US News article.
State Legislators select this week's winning schools! Representative John Buckner (D) and Republican Bob Rankin (R) draw the winning schools in this week's CEA drawing. Congratulations to Jefferson High in Greeley and Ridgeview Elementary in Moffat!
The Teaching, Empowering, Leading and Learning (TELL) Colorado survey is an anonymous statewide survey of licensed, school-based educators to assess teaching conditions at the school, district and state level. (Note: teachers and principals in charter schools are included and do not need to be licensed to participate.) TELL Colorado is administered every other year. The survey results are intended to support school and district improvement planning and to inform policy decisions.