Gradient Learning

Insights you can act on

The Gradient Learning Poll is a survey of teachers across the nation, measuring sentiment on topics of importance to students and educators alike. We’ve embarked on this initiative to listen to educators, understand their feedback, and provide actionable solutions to meet their needs.


We surveyed 1,418 teachers across the country to better understand their views on the state of education.

By measuring teacher sentiment, we’re informing communities across the country about how they can best support educators.

1,418 teachers

of Grades 4-12 surveyed

classroom teachersspecial education teachers


classroom teachers


special education teachers

teach in urban communitiesteach in rural communitiesteach in suburban communities


teach in urban communities


teach in rural communities


teach in suburban communities

A trusted

The Gradient Learning Poll is conducted in partnership with Project Tomorrow, a nationally recognized, education nonprofit organization with a focus on understanding the impact of new learning models and interventions on student outcomes and teacher effectiveness.

Take action

Educators and non-educators alike can leverage the information shared in the Gradient Learning Poll in a number of ways.

  • Share these insights with your community. Repost this content on your social channels, or add to the Resources section of your website.
  • Incorporate findings into your school’s vision for education. Leverage this data to help drive efforts to maximize student success.
  • Begin a dialogue with your community. Listening to educators is a great way to kick off conversations with your peers and local leaders who help shape education for the students in your area.



Building Connections and Community with Technology

Gradient Learning Poll

The key to leveraging technology in the classroom is using tools to foster connection. When used to build relationships and keep students engaged, technology can have a big impact.




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