The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA [formerly ITEA]) has tracked the status of technology (and engineering) education in four previous studies (Newberry, 2001; Meade & Dugger, 2004; Dugger, 2007; Moye, Dugger, & Starkweather, 2012). The purpose of this continuing study has been to determine the health of the technology and engineering education profession in the United States.
On May 22, 2014, ITEEA disseminated an email to state technology and engineering education supervisors announcing that the 2014-2015 study would commence ...
On May 22, 2014, ITEEA disseminated an email to state technology and engineering education supervisors announcing that the 2014-2015 study would commence on June 2, 2014. The email discussed the importance of the study and requested participation. The results of the last status study (2011-2012) were attached to that email in PDF format. On June 3, 2014, supervisors were sent an email containing the cover letter that provided the background and the importance of the study. The letter also contained a link to the instrument prepared with the SurveyMonkey® online survey application. On July 2, 2014, ITEEA sent a follow-up email to the supervisors who had not yet responded. From July 15 until the survey closed on August 29, the researchers made numerous telephone calls and sent emails to state supervisors requesting additional participation. This study contains 14 questions.
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