Insights improve students' learning experiences.

The best way to get where you want to go is to figure out where you are. The LEAP Personalized Learning Teacher and Student Surveys measure classroom progress toward fully realized personalized learning, and help educators find the insights and perspective to continue moving forward.

The LEAP Personalized Learning Teacher and Student Surveys

Developed with the American Institutes for Research, the surveys provide a robust 360-degree view of the learning experience, with the depth and detail to uncover the path forward. To date, over 4,000 teacher surveys and 50,000 student surveys have been completed across the country! As the movement to transform learning gains national traction, we are excited to continue providing the surveys completely free of charge for all schools— no matter where they're located.

How do the Surveys Measure Personalization?

The surveys dive into both teacher practices and student experiences.

Who uses the Surveys?

The Surveys help teachers to improve their classroom practices, and administrators to set big-picture goals.

Ready to Get Started?

The Spring 2019 Surveys are open from April 8 through June 14. For new insights, ideas and inspiration, please submit an interest form by March 1 to receive further details.
“Data is only meaningful when it's linked to decisions about teaching. The surveys allow you to track responses over time, define mastery based on the learners' perception, highlight areas deemed growths and challenges and create a battle plan to target improvement. They are all used to inform teachers' instructional decisions, so the teacher and students can create a great personalized learning experience."

Tiffany Brown

Principal of Wendell Smith Elementary School

How can we help? Please email questions to the LEAP survey team.

Your privacy is very important to us. We uphold the strictest standards of data protection. Our data use policy and participant terms of use policy detail the guardrails we use to guard and manage the data we receive.