Authors: P. Sean Smith, Jennifer A. Torsiglieri, Joan D. Pasley, R. Keith Esch
Date: November 2016
This report presents results from a survey of over 3,000 K–12 science teachers regarding their instruction related to the Ebola virus. Teachers were surveyed in the spring of 2015 following the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Results are reported separately for high school teachers, middle school teachers, and elementary school teachers.
Copyright and Usage: Horizon Research, Inc. (HRI) holds the copyright on this report. HRI grants permission for unlimited use, whether the entire report or excerpts, for non-commercial purposes. The report should be cited as follows:
Smith, P. S. & Torsiglieri, J. A. & Pasley, J. D.; & Esch, R. K. (with Jaffri, A. Z. & Hudson, S. B.) (2016). Stopping an epidemic of misinformation: How K–12 science teachers responded to Ebola. Technical Report. Chapel Hill, NC: Horizon Research, Inc.