Since 2007, Cambridge Education’s Survey Services team has worked to design and deliver high-quality student and teacher survey programs. This has included working with dozens of states and districts to test data collection methods and understand how to design and manage the most effective programs.
CE was also a partner of the Gates Foundation in the development and delivery of the Measures of Effective Teaching Project. Using a sample of more than 44,500 students, the MET Project showed that student surveys delivered by CE are valid measures of teaching effectiveness and are more reliable than other widely used measures. Read more about this study here.
Over the years CE has expanded its work, and its commitment to the use of surveys as important tools for growth and improvement. Today we survey in thousands of schools every year, including state-level projects in Hawaii, Tennessee, Ohio, and Maine, and in districts like New York City, Tulsa, Pittsburgh, and Grand Rapids.
Cambridge Education’s Survey Services team is part of a larger global education group that supports a range of projects across many countries. We are a team of high-performing education professionals who share a common personal and professional goal of improving outcomes for children and youth in schools across the United States and throughout the developing world.