In April and May of 2016, the Lou Frey Institute surveyed Civics teachers in Florida working in public, non-charter middle schools, K-8 schools, and K-12 schools. There were 411 civics teachers who completed the survey, each teaching an average of 4-5 sections of civics during the school year. Civics teachers answered questions about classroom instructional practices and instructional resources; classroom climate and approaches to class discussion; school climate; content coverage in preparation for the Civics End of Course Assessment; and their training, preparation, and professional development.
Some of the key findings include:
Author: Racine Jacques
Publication Date: Mar. 2016