TELL Oregon

Teaching, Empowering,
Leading and Learning

Survey Results

About TELL Oregon

Thank you to the more than 18,000 educators for taking the 2016 TELL Oregon Survey!

Oregon Educators Report Improved Teaching and Learning Conditions

The 2016 Preliminary Data is now available by clicking here or the "survey results" tab at the top of the page.

Click Here to View the 2016 TELL Oregon 2-Page Summary of Results

The Teaching, Empowering, Leading and Learning (TELL) Oregon survey is an anonymous statewide survey of licensed school-based educators to assess teaching conditions at the school, district and state level. Research from around the country shows that teaching conditions are positively associated with improved student achievement and teacher retention. The TELL Oregon results will provide educators with data, tools and direct support to facilitate school improvement.  


“We want to hear from you. As an educator, you are the most critical link to student success. Your feedback is essential to our ability to monitor and improve teaching and learning conditions.”

— Governor Kate Brown


2014 SURVEY RESULTS: For the most recent statewide results of the educator survey, and the administrators only survey, as well as individual school and district results, please click here.  For NTC's analyses and reports of the findings, please click on the appropriate item on the right sidebar.

About the New Teacher Center

The New Teacher Center (NTC) works collaboratively with a variety of stakeholder groups representing teachers, superintendents, community and business to conduct the survey. NTC is a nonpartisan group with a mission to support the development of an effective, dedicated and inspired teaching force. NTC also has vast experience conducting similar surveys across the country. For more information about NTC’s work across the country with TELL surveys, please click here.