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FATE is proud to announce the third in a series of Foundations Surveys offered each decade since 2003. Every 10 years we "take the pulse" of what is going on in Foundations teaching. This survey is ready for you! We know you are very busy but each decade hundreds of teachers take the time to respond. Won't you help out?

"As a part of its efforts to address the educational needs of this group, FATE develops and sends out surveys to its members to elicit their input. These surveys are your voice. As an active professor teaching foundations and as a former chair and dean, I know the importance of the information gathered in these surveys. If you are new to FATE, I ask you to please consider taking the time to participate and being a part of this survey. If you are a continuing member of FATE, you know the value of this survey and the importance of your continued participation." - Steven Bleicher, Professor of Art at Coastal Carolina University.

All responses will be kept secure anonymous/private and used only for the distribution as aggregated data of Foundation Research in professional publication(s) by Scott Betz and/or FATE and potential future Foundation scholars.

This link will take you to a secure Qualtrics Survey:

This is the third 10-year Foundation Survey and has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board and rendered the decision below for Teaching Survey.

Decision: Exempt

Approval: November 17, 2022

Selected Category: Category 1. Research, conducted in established or commonly accepted educational settings, that specifically involves normal educational practices that are not likely to adversely impact students’ opportunity to learn required educational content or the assessment of educators who provide instruction. This includes most research on regular and special education instructional strategies, and research on the effectiveness of or the comparison among instructional techniques, curricula, or classroom management methods.

This submission has been reviewed by the IRB and was determined to be exempt according to the regulatory category cited above under 45 CFR 46.101(b).

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