The State of Teaching: Infographic

Posted by Emily Guthrie on Sep 24, 2013 7:36:35 AM

 Last week my classes read excerpts from the autobiography of Benjamin Franklin.  While we were discussing his precepts on education, we turned briefly to a conversation about the current state of education.  In some areas students and teacher perceptions were quite similar, while in other instances they were wildly different. Inspired by the incongruities, I decided to do a little research.  Below is an infographic with 12 of the interesting statistics I found about the current state of teaching.  One area of interest to students, for which I found very little data was the average class size of college prep classes in high schools. I found plenty of faculty-student ratios, but that really only tells part of the story.  If you have a source for me on class size data, I'd love to see it in the comments. 

State of Teaching Infographic - Stats about US Classrooms and Teaching Today

Topics: Classroom Tech, infographic, statistics, technology

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