"While many schools have returned to in-person or blended learning, educators across the country are worried about their school's ability to support online learning and academic performance amid teacher shortages."
— Dr. Jodi Marshall, Senior Vice President, Stride Learning Solutions
What K-12 teachers are saying:
are concerned about their school and/or district's ability to support online education.
have asked their school and/or district for extra resources to boost online learning.
fear possible teacher shortages in their school or districts.
7 in 10
believe individual student needs can be achieved by complementing traditional learning with online learning.
think it is a good idea for school districts to use state-certified online instructors to fill gaps in the event of a teacher shortage.
8 in 10
think an education technology partner could create a more effective online learning environment if schools go remote again.
Discover how Stride Learning Solutions can help schools and districts create an effective and engaging online learning experience.
About the survey
Online interviews were conducted by Stride, in partnership with third-party research provider Qualtrics, between October 13 and October 20, 2021, from a national sample of 630 kindergarten to 12th grade teachers in the U.S. Survey results can be viewed here.
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