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iowa_deWell sort of… the Iowa Department of Education desires your feedback provided that you are a teacher, administrator or some other school employee.  Apparently a parent (or even a student) is not considered a “customer.”  They do list an “other” option for the first question that asks “please choose the option that best describes your position.”

So I think we all can qualify as “other,” go ahead and give them a piece of your mind.

Here’s the link.  I find this instructive.  Do we really think the collective attitude over there will change when they are given even more and more control?

Originally posted at Truth in American Education

Update: The day after this post was written the survey was suddenly closed.  I guess they really didn’t want to hear from us.

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    1. Yes it is since I just found out about it on Monday. I don’t think it had been up very long. On the other hand, no because if the started getting feedback from guys like me it was obviously skewing their results.

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