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Teaching and Learning Conditions Colorado Survey
TLCC Survey Overview
The main purposes of the TLCC Survey are to:
Amplify Educators' Voice
Provides schools, district and state policymakers with reliable data on teaching and learning conditions. It offers additional information for discussion and gives potential suggestions on areas that deserve attention in a school environment.
Deepen Improvement Planning
Provides additional data to support school improvement efforts (e.g., root cause analysis in the Unified Improvement Plan). The survey data can help staff to identify positive trends in school conditions, as well as identify areas that merit further discussion. This is the only data source on school conditions that offer state comparison points.
Strengthen Research and Policy
Informs researchers and policymakers by providing data on the impact of school conditions on student growth and on staff retention. This survey provides a unique look into schools across the state that can lead to more informed policies and practices.
The survey is operated through a statewide collaborative that includes partners such as the Colorado Education Association, Colorado Education Initiative, Governor's Office, Colorado Association of School Boards, Colorado Association of School Executives, Colorado League of Charter Schools, representatives from school districts, universities and researchers.
History of the TLCC Survey
Initiated through HB08-1384, the Teaching and Learning Conditions in Colorado (TLCC), formerly known as TELL Colorado, is a statewide, confidential survey intended to support school, district, and state improvement planning, as well as research and policy.
Schools and districts will need more than 50% participation and at least five responses to access their data.
For more information about the TLC Colorado Survey, please contact Lisa Steffen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-498-3020