Raleigh, N.C. — North Carolina educators can now anonymously share their concerns about issues in schools.
State Superintendent Mark Johnson met with teachers at Underwood Elementary in Raleigh Thursday about the importance of participation.
“I want to hear from teachers about where they are spending their time,” Johnson said. “One of the things I focused on in my campaign was reducing the burden on teachers such as over-testing. Such things can take away from their instructional time.”
Johnson said feedback in the surveys will help shape future education policy in the state.
“(We should) focus back on that core mission of teachers being able to have time to teach,” Johnson said.