The 2000 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education was designed to provide up-to-date information and to identify trends in the areas of teacher background and experience, curriculum and instruction, and the availability and use of instructional resources.
A total of 5,765 science and mathematics teachers in schools across the United States participated in this survey. Among the questions addressed by the survey:
Support for the 2000 National Survey was provided by a National Science Foundation grant to Horizon Research, Inc. (HRI).
Results from the 2000 National Survey are included in Reports and Presentations. A new series of 9 reports, The Status of Science and Mathematics Teaching is now available (12/19/02), along with another report, Examining the Influence of National Standards: Data from the 2000 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education(12/16/02).
Questionnaires used in the survey are available in Instruments
Read the 12/13/01 Press Release