What the Data Says: Teacher Confidence Is High

The 4th Annual Educator Confidence Report released by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt late in 2018 has some interesting findings in it. More than 1,200 teachers and administrators across the country participated in the study that looked at “how educators perceive the state of education” and how they are using technology in the classroom for learning. While 1,200 is not a huge sample size, it does offer some possible themes that we can examine, themes that may point the way to improvements we as leaders can make.

Theme #1: Barriers to Technology Use Are Decreasing

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