The purpose of this study is to test construct validity of Schwartz Value Survey in Turkish culture. Participants of the research comprise 389 teachers selected through cluster sampling method. The research is performed under five stages: (i) English to Turkish translation validity, (ii) language and meaning validity in Turkish language, (iii) content validity, (iv) confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), and (v) exploratory factor analysis (EFA). The findings reveal that SVS is deprived of construct validity in Turkish cultural context. When CFA results are interpreted, it is clear that original factor structure of SVS does not maintain the same factor structure for Turkish culture. The goodness-of-fit indices indicated that variance and covariance of the survey were not explained by the model. EFA results reveal that all items congregated on 12 factors and some factors are overlapping or loaded under different factors.