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How often do you feel the imposter syndrome in your role?  This is defined as the feeling that your achievements are not real or that you do not deserve praise or success.

Often

Sometimes

Rarely

Never

Please click on the link below to respond.

http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eerz5xx1j9cvfscw/start

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Responses to last week's survey:

It seems that many educators come from families of educators. We wondered if this was true of our members. Please click on all of the statements below that apply.

Answer

Number of

Responses

Response

Ratio

I am a child of an educator.

44

27.6%

I am a sibling of an educator.

37

23.2%

I have a child who is an educator.

27

16.9%

I do not have anyone in my immediate family who is an educator.

78

49.0%

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