TELL Maryland

Teaching, Empowering,
Leading and Learning

Take The Survey! Need Help? Response Rate

The TELL Maryland Survey is now open!

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

As of Feb. 27, 11:00AM EST, we already have heard from more than 6,000 of our educators!

A special 'Shout-out' to our top five leading districts!

District Responses Educators Response Rate %
Calvert County   357 1557 22.9
Washington County   461 2067 22.3
Wicomico County  253 1138 22.2
Allegany County 169 864 19.6
Worcester County 167 945 17.7

Is your school above the 50% minimum response rate threshold so you will have your own data to use in school improvement planning? Find out the response rates for every school by clicking on the 'Response Rate' button located above.

 

OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

1. How to complete the survey:

  • If you have your confidential access code, please click on the "Take the Survey" button located above.
  • If you do not have an access code, please check with your  Principal to obtain a confidential access code that was sent in the packet of TELL materials to every school or you can contact the Help Desk (helpdesk@tellmaryland.org or 1-866-301-2454, extension 12) and ask for a new code.
  • If your entire school has not yet received the TELL packet of materials, the  Administrator or designee should contact the Help Desk (helpdesk@tellmaryland.org or 1-866-301-2454, extension 12 and  request a replacement set of codes for your school.

2. School Administrators: If the “head count” for your school is inaccurate you may contact the help desk (Click on the “NEED HELP” button located above) to get your head counts adjusted as this may impact your response rate.  

3. Pre-Survey Webinar Recording  is now available for details about this year's survey. 

4. Track the response rate for every school in the state by clicking on the button located above "Response Rate'.  Make sure your school reaches the minimum 50% response rate threshold to have your own school data to use in improvement planning!

 

The 2015 TELL Maryland survey will be administered February 23- March 23, 2015!  For information about this year's survey,  please download the FAQs located on the right side of this page. Additional materials are located on the 'Resources' tab at the top of this page, or you may click here. 
 

Maryland leaders want to ensure that all Maryland educators have the supportive environment necessary to help students achieve at the highest levels. The TELL Maryland Survey is a perceptual survey that allows every educator to TELL Maryland if they have positive teaching and learning conditions that research has shown to be important to student achievement and teacher retention.

To find out more about previous TELL Maryland surveys and view the results from the state, districts, and schools, please visit the "Historical" page.