Speak Up 2016 Survey is Open!

Oct 14, 2016

It’s time for students, parents, teachers, principals, librarians, technology leaders, superintendents and more to Speak Up! Share your thoughts and experiences on education issues like:

  • Learning and teaching with mobile devices, digital content, gaming, videos, and virtual & augmented reality.
  • Internet access at home and in school.
  • How you access news and current events.
  • How educators use data to improve teaching and learning.
  • And, much more!

Surveys take less than 20 minutes to complete and are completely anonymous. Join more than 500,000 people from more than 10,000 schools to be sure your voice is heard this year!

Speak Up is both a national research project and a FREE service to schools and districts, brought to you by Project Tomorrow.

Surveys are open now through December, and schools and districts can still sign up to get promotional materials and their free data: http://www.speakup4schools.org/Speakup2016/ 

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