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Percentage of teachers who were evaluated during the last school year, and among those teachers, percentage that agreed with different statements, by school type and selected school characteristics: 2017–18

      Percent of evaluated teachers who agreed with different statements  
School type and selected school characteristic Percent of teachers who were evaluated last school year   Overall, the evaluation process was fair   The evaluation process was based on what is known about good teaching practice   I had a strong understanding of how I would be evaluated at this school   The evaluation process helped me to determine whether I had been successful with my students   The evaluation process had a positive effect on my teaching   Overall, the evaluation process led to improved student learning   The results of my evaluation were accurate  
   All schools 76.7   87.1   88.0   89.1   73.0   73.9   70.5   86.2  
                                 
All public schools 77.9   86.6   87.8   89.4   71.7   72.6   69.2   85.7  
                                 
School classification                                
Traditional public 78.2   86.5   87.7   89.5   71.5   72.3   68.8   85.8  
Charter school 72.9   86.8   89.0   87.3   76.4   77.3   74.5   84.5  
                                 
Community type                                
City 77.1   84.7   87.2   88.4   71.5   72.2   69.2   83.7  
Suburban 78.4   86.9   87.4   89.8   70.8   71.7   67.6   86.0  
Town 76.9   88.0   89.0   89.9   73.4   74.4   70.8   87.4  
Rural 78.8   87.8   88.8   89.9   72.9   73.8   71.0   87.1  
                                 
School level                                
Primary 77.4   86.9   88.5   90.0   74.5   74.7   71.9   86.1  
Middle 77.6   86.4   88.6   89.6   70.7   72.4   68.0   85.1  
High 79.2   85.9   86.2   88.5   67.5   68.7   64.6   85.5  
Combined 77.2   87.0   87.9   88.2   73.2   74.5   71.7   85.8  
                                 
Student enrollment                                
Less than 100 73.3   88.5   91.0   88.7   74.1   76.1   76.2   88.0  
100–199 72.7   87.9   87.1   87.6   73.3   73.5   70.8   87.6  
200–499 77.2   87.4   89.2   90.0   74.0   75.1   72.2   86.6  
500–749 78.2   86.3   87.3   89.9   72.7   73.2   69.7   85.3  
750–999 78.7   86.5   89.0   89.1   72.1   72.9   69.2   86.1  
1,000 or more 79.0   85.6   86.1   88.6   67.7   68.5   64.5   84.6  
                                 
Percent of K–12 students who were approved
for free or reduced‑price lunches
                               
0–34 78.4   88.2   88.8   90.6   71.7   72.7   69.1   87.9  
35–49 79.0   86.9   87.6   89.3   71.5   72.0   69.5   86.6  
50–74 78.4   86.4   87.5   89.0   71.0   72.3   68.1   85.3  
75 or more 76.5   84.9   87.1   88.6   72.5   73.0   69.9   83.3  
                                 
All private schools 68.6   91.1   89.9   86.5   82.7   84.2   81.0   89.8  
                                 
School Classification                                
Catholic 75.5   89.8   89.7   86.6   81.3   83.1   80.3   88.9  
Other religious                
Nonsectarian                
                                 
Community type                                
City 70.1   91.8   90.3   86.3   81.2   84.1   80.4   90.3  
Suburban 68.1   90.6   89.4   86.5   83.8   83.9   80.9   89.2  
Town 66.7   90.6   89.9   85.9   85.3   84.9   83.0   89.4  
Rural 65.6   90.5   90.5   87.7   83.5   85.2   82.4   90.5  
                                 
School level                                
Elementary 68.5   89.4   89.3   85.5   83.1   84.1   81.0   89.2  
Secondary 70.4   92.1   89.7   86.3   82.0   82.4   80.0   90.8  
Combined                
                                 
Student enrollment                                
Less than 100                
100–199 69.5   92.3   90.9   88.3   84.9   85.6   82.9   91.5  
200–499 70.6   90.0   88.8   84.2   80.6   82.2   78.8   88.2  
500–749 74.5   92.3   91.6   88.2   81.7   83.9   79.1   90.9  
750 or more                
‡ Reporting standards not met. The response rate is below 50 percent.
NOTE: Response options included "strongly disagree," "somewhat disagree," "somewhat agree," and "strongly agree." Teachers who reported "somewhat agree," or "strongly agree" were considered to have reported that they "agreed" with different statements.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, National Teacher and Principal Survey (NTPS), “Public School Teacher and Private School Teacher Data Files,” 2017–18.