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This survey is designed to collect feedback and provide a high-level overview of the perspectives of Colorado educators. We will not share any identifiable information, including district or school information, and are only collecting this information to ensure we are hearing from educators across Colorado. Educators interested in speaking to us more may check the response below so that we can follow up directly. 
Stand for Children is a champion of early literacy, and we know that supporting educators with tools, resources, and opportunities is the best way to ensure all children are reading on grade level by the end of third grade. 
We need to hear directly from those in the classroom, so we want to understand how recent early literacy policy changes are working for you and where you may need additional support. If you are an early literacy educator and/or K-3 classroom administrator, please take a few minutes to complete the following survey. 

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. Teacher/Staff Email Address

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* 4. What is your school district?  (This  information only to ensure that we are hearing from educators from across Colorado.)

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* 5. Which best describes you?  (check all that apply)

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* 6. How would you define the "science of reading"?

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* 7. How effective was the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) Science of Reading training in supporting your understanding and practice of the science of reading?

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* 8. Which of the following literacy curriculum do you use? (check all that apply)

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* 10. Which of the following should we be thinking about to support literacy outcomes as we look to the future? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY (Each of the following solutions have been identified by educators who’ve partnered with Stand Colorado in the past).

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* 11. Please indicate the extent to which you agree or disagree with the following statements.

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It is important for K-3 teachers to have expertise in the science of reading
It is important for upper elementary teachers to have expertise in the science of reading
It is important for middle and high school teachers to have expertise in the science of reading
It is important for administrators (principals, assistant principals, etc.) to have expertise in the science of reading

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* 12. What is working well for your students as they learn to read?

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* 13. What or where could you use more support as your students learn to read?

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* 14. Please check here is you would be willing to provide additional input.

Thank you for your participation! Your responses are deeply appreciated.

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