Take the Project Tomorrow Speak Up Survey

Collect valuable data for your district by participating in Speak Up 2014

SU_Square_static_2014_blueHow do you use technology for learning? Share your perspective in the Speak Up 2014 survey, and help steer the future of ed tech.

Join the conversation about the use of technology for learning through Speak Up, a national research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow (www.tomorrow.org)! Since 2003, over 3.4 million K-12 education stakeholders have participated in the annual online surveys, which collects and reports on the views of students, educators, parents, and the local community. As a national nonprofit dedicated to improving learning experiences for students, Project Tomorrow is pleased to leverage their expertise in collecting authentic stakeholder feedback to provide this important free service to your district to assist with your planning needs.

Why should you and your district “Speak Up”? By encouraging participation in Speak Up you will have the unique opportunity to have your views—as well as the views of your educators, students, their parents and the local community—included in the increasingly important U.S. national and state discussions on digital learning policies, programs, and funding. More importantly, you will receive free online access to your participant results with state and national comparisons to use for your own technology assessment needs, budgeting, planning, or evaluation, beginning February 4, 2015!

Ready, Set, Speak Up! All schools are eligible to participate in Speak Up, all you have to do is encourage your students, educators, parents and the local community to go online and take the 20 minute survey at: www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2014 now through December 19th.

Speak Up is an initiative of Project Tomorrow, the nation’s leading education nonprofit organization focused on empowering students to have a greater voice in their education. To learn more about Speak Up, please visit www.tomorrow.org/speakup or contact Jenny Hostert at jhostert@tomorrow.org, 949-609-4660 x17.