21st Century Teacher Survey

  • Pennsylvania 21st CCLC grantees are required to collect a completed Teacher Survey for each regularly attending student.  A regular attendee is defined as a student who attends 30 or more program days.  A math or reading/language arts teacher is recommended.  A Teacher Survey is not required for summer-only regular attendees.  Grantees and teachers must use the provided Teacher Survey.  The Teacher Survey should be administered in the spring, as close to the end of the school year program as possible in order to capture a student's growth over the course of the school year.

    **Each student's survey must be entered individually.  For example, if you have 25 regularly attending students, you need to have 25 completed Teacher Surveys.** 

    IMPORTANT: You must know the name of the grantee/cohort that a student attends, as students are attributed to programs in a very specific way.  Contact the 21st CCLC program if you are unsure which program a student should be attributed to. 

    Complete the PA 21st Century Teacher Survey    

    Grantees may also provide teachers with this direct shortcut link to the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PA21CTeacherSurvey1718

    Printer-friendly version of the 21st Century Teacher Survey - [MS Word] The Teacher Survey is available in a Word document.  Choose this file to complete/administer the survey on paper or via Word-form methods.  If the teacher chooses to use the paper/Word-form survey, they should return the completed survey to the grantee/program.  Do not send individual surveys to AIU Evaluators.

    The web-based 21st Century Teacher Survey provided here is for use only by Pennsylvania 21st Century grantees and the schools they serve.  This service is not currently available to other states.

    Individual student survey data are protected by a restricted access system and provided to the primary contact of each grantee.   

    AIU offers the web-based Teacher Survey to 21st CCLC grantees free-of-charge as a convenience option.  Grantees are not obligated to use this service.