Shaping the Future of Education Since 1935
For more than 80 years, Gallup has delivered visionary research on what people worldwide think and feel. Discover Gallup's defining moments in education and learn how Gallup is changing education in America.
A Legacy of Science-Based Research in Education
American Institute of Public Opinion Formed
Study of Student Counselors' Effectiveness
The Dipper and the Bucket Theory
Project Empathy and "Our Greatest Contribution"
Talent Management Formula
Don Clifton Named the Father of Strengths-Based Psychology
Gallup-Purdue Index Launches Inaugural Report
Clifton Strengths Institute Founded
Strada-Gallup Education Consumer Insights
We provide targeted guidance, advice and solutions for your most pressing problems.
We want to hear your dilemmas and help provide solutions to them.
Gallup assists districts, schools, universities and institutions nationwide with research-based strategies to provide a culture shift in education to help students on their path toward great careers and great lives.
- School Boards
- Assistant Superintendents
- Guidance Counselors
- President and Provosts
- Board of Trustees
- Student Affairs Divisions
- Membership Organizations Serving Higher Education
- Media Organizations Serving Higher Education
- Government and State Agencies
- Corporations and Membership Organizations
We change the national conversation on student success.
How we make a difference:
- Gallup provides custom analytics and advice to colleges and universities using in-depth qualitative interviews with alumni, faculty and staff, students, and employers, as well as a unique ability to use Gallup's nationally representative study of 70,000 college graduates as a benchmark.
- We are creating the nation's largest data set of consumer insights on pathways from education to employment through our partnership with Strada Education Network.
- We have measured nearly 5 million students' voices and provided data on dimensions of student success with the Gallup Student Poll.
of all alumni "strongly agree" their university education was worth the cost.
of superintendents agree that student engagement is a key measure of school effectiveness.
of current college students feel prepared to enter the job market and just over half (53%) believe their major will lead to a good job.