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Panorama Teacher and Staff Survey

A survey tool for administrators to collect professional feedback from teachers and staff
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Panorama Teacher and Staff Survey

About the Survey

Teachers and staff are the foundation of great schools. When teachers and staff feel supported, empowered, and trusted by school leadership, they are able to create the conditions that lead to students’ academic, social, and emotional development.

The Panorama Teacher and Staff Survey gives school and district leaders a tool to listen to and address educators' professional, social, and emotional needs. The survey is designed to spark productive conversations between teachers and school leaders about well-being, professional learning, cultural competency, school leadership, school climate, and other key topics.

These critical data—when gathered regularly—can help administrators prioritize supports to teachers and staff, deliver targeted professional development, and create a more positive working environment that benefits both adults and students.

Panorama Teacher and Staff Survey

Elevating teacher and staff voices to drive school improvement

The Panorama Teacher and Staff Survey gathers teacher and staff perceptions of their professional well-being; capacity and efficacy around supporting academic, social, and emotional learning; professional learning opportunities; cultural competency and awareness; school climate and culture; and relationships with colleagues, families, and school leadership.

Similar to Panorama's other survey instruments, you may customize the survey by selecting the scales that you feel matter most to your community.

The survey was developed under the leadership of Dr. Hunter Gehlbach, senior research advisor at Panorama Education and professor and vice dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Education. Dr. Gehlbach is a leading survey methodologist and education researcher and a former high school social studies teacher.

At Panorama, we believe that all educators deserve the best tools available, which means that we are committed to keeping the survey open-source.

Gathering Educator Feedback on Culture and Climate with Panorama

Jenny Watson, assistant superintendent for learning support services at Boone County Schools (KY), shares how her district partners with Panorama to support a positive school climate for educators and students.