About the North Carolina Teacher Working Conditions Survey
Teacher effectiveness and retention are keys to student success. Through the North Carolina Teacher Working Conditions (NCTWC) Survey the collective voices of educators are heard and documented helping to determine areas of strengths and improvement opportunities in schools and districts..
"We need every teacher in our state to give us feedback on how to improve our schools. That's my challenge--let's get 100% of all NC educators to complete the TWC survey and share their voices in the school improvement process. Our kids deserve that!"
North Carolina Principal of the Year
Edgecombe Early College High School
Edgecombe County Public Schools
We're ASQing you how to make North Carolina's schools even better!
"The North Carolina Teacher Working Conditions Survey is a tool that gauges NC Educators’ perspectives about teaching and learning conditions while providing education stakeholders and policymakers insights on how to improve school and classroom practices. This all starts with you taking the survey. Please take the time to let us know what you think. We appreciate your service and listen to your feedback."
- Mark Johnson, State Superintendent
Frequently Asked Questions and Resources for the 2020 Survey
NCTWC Survey is an anonymous statewide survey of licensed school-based educators to assess teaching conditions at the school, district, and state level.The survey will be live from March 2-31, 2020 and can be completed from any computer with Internet. For all resources related to the 2020 survey, ( FAQs, Toolkit for Using Data Results, Copies of the Letter to Educators, etc.) please click on the link below.
“Teachers and principals, I encourage you to take the NC Teacher Working Conditions Survey and make your voice count. When we come together to speak for our schools, we come together to speak for the children of North Carolina. Let’s unite for what we know to be true in education!”
Burroughs Wellcome Fund
North Carolina Teacher of the Year
West Pine Elementary
Moore County Schools