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Supporting Educational Research

We recognize the importance of informed decision-making and evidence-based practices. serves as a centralized hub for various surveys aimed at gathering perspectives, experiences, and valuable feedback from the diverse range of educators across Mississippi.

MAE believes in the power of your voice in shaping the future of education. Our surveys provide a direct channel for educators to share their insights, enabling us to better understand the challenges, triumphs, and evolving needs within Mississippi's educational landscape. By actively participating in our surveys, you contribute to a collective force that drives positive change and innovation in education.


Understanding Teacher Stress in Mississippi: A Survey by Ebony Donelson, Ed.D. Candidate

Join Ebony Donelson's research on teacher stress in Mississippi. This 15-minute survey for certified public-school teachers aims to gather valuable insights to assist educational leaders in addressing and lowering stress levels. Your participation is entirely voluntary, confidential, and can contribute to a better understanding of teacher well-being.

Volunteers Needed for Research Study on Teacher Mental Health Efficacy, Literacy, and Bias

Participate in a research study led by Dr. Tamika D. Gilreath and Morgan Grant, aiming to assess the effectiveness of Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) in teachers at Texas A&M University. If you meet the specified criteria and contribute to the study, you will receive compensation in the form of a gift card as a token of appreciation.



Advocating strong public schools for every student and every public school employee

Mississippi Association of Educators (MAE) represents thousands of Mississippians—educators, students, activists, workers, parents, neighbors, friends—who believe in opportunity for all students and in the power of public education to transform lives and create a more just and inclusive society.