Distance & Online Learning Survey

The MTA Distance and Online Learning Task Force was created by the MTA Board of Directors to, in part, “review current literature and trends in the use of new technology to deliver educational services and programming to Massachusetts students at all grade levels.”

This survey (and a separate questionnaire for local association and chapter leaders, to be released later) is an important part of this data collection effort. The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete. Your responses will help inform the task force’s recommendations, to be presented to the Board in March 2012.

At the end of the survey, you will be invited to sign up to participate in followup studies, interviews and other activities of the task force.

We thank you for your help and encourage your continued participation.

Take the Survey


Paul Toner, MTA President
Dorothy Verdy, co-chair, Millis Teachers Association
Michael Whittier, co-chair, Sutton Education Association

Raymond Albright, Everett Teachers Association
G. Sanford Bogage, Wellesley Education Association
Marc Boots-Ebenfeld, MSCA  Salem State
Donna Buckley, MTA Affiliate Services
Glenn Coolong, MTA ITS
John DeCicco, Ashburnham-Westminster Teachers Association
Ralph Devlin, MTA Center for Education Policy and Practice
JoAnn Fitzgerald, MTA Governmental Services
Linda Grochowalski, MCCC Quinsigamond
Anne Hird, MSCA Bridgewater
Gregory Hurley, Malden Education Association
Matthew Jones, MTA Legal Services
Jeri Katz, MSCA Bridgewater
MaryAnn Kuroczko, MTA Affiliate Services
Megan Secatore, MTA Communications
Miles Stern, MTA Affiliate Services
Anne Van Dam, Hopkinton Teachers Association
Steven Zona, MCCC Quinsigamond