Educators' Center of Lake County

Survey Data

The Educators’ Center of Lake County, in cooperation with the University Center of Lake County and the Lake County Regional Office of Education, surveys principals and superintendents of each Lake County school district biennially to assess the current and projected shortages and surpluses of certified personnel and to assess professional development needs.  In 2007, the Educators’ Center also began surveying all the teachers in Lake County to assess their graduate program and professional development needs.  Usually, the superintendents are surveyed in odd-numbered years and the teachers in even-numbered years.

The following documents provide summaries of the data from these surveys.


2015 Lake County District Survey

(Watch for executive summary coming soon.)


2015 Education Staffing Needs & Professional Development Needs Data

2014 Lake County Teacher Survey


2014 Lake County Teacher Survey

2013 Lake County School District Survey


2013 Education Staff Needs Report (updated 8.20.13)

2011 Lake County Teacher Survey


2011 Lake County Teacher Survey

2011 Lake County School District Survey


2011 Teacher Staffing Needs Report

2010 Lake County Teachers Survey


2010 Teachers Survey Summary

2009 Lake County School District Survey


2009 Survey Results Summary


2009 Ranking of Staffing Needs


2009 Ranking of Advanced Degree & Certficate Needs


2009 Ranking of Professional Development Needs

2007 Lake County Teacher Survey


2007 Teacher Survey Summary


2007 Graduate Program Interest


2007 Schools Whose Teachers Participated

These documents have been provided by the University Center of Lake County. If you have questions about the survey or the content of these documents, please contact:

Hilary Ward Schnadt
Associate Dean for Academic Services & Programs
University Center of Lake County
(847) 665-4004