Take the Geography “Road Map” Survey

The American Geographical Society (AGS) is surveying attitudes toward geography and geography knowledge as part of the National Science Foundation grant titled “Establishing a Road Map for Large-Scale Improvement of K-12 Education in the Geographical Sciences.”

The $2.2 million project is a collaboration involving the National Geographic Society, the Association of American Geographers, AGS, and the National Council for Geographic Education.

U. S. citizens and long-term residents of the United States who are at least 18 years old are invited to take the Geographic Knowledge and Values Survey. It will take an estimated 12 to 18 minutes to complete the questionnaire.

The “Road Map” survey results will help inform geographic education reform and improvement efforts in the decades ahead. AGS wants to publicize the survey widely, so please share the survey with your colleagues, family, and friends!

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One thought on “Take the Geography “Road Map” Survey

  1. I appreciate AGS and its partners for initiating this survey. There is a huge lack of geography-focused education in our schools today and I have noticed that many adults do not even know their basic geography. I hope the results of this survey end up improving geographic education in the United States.

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