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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Call for Participation in Speak Up 2012

Would you like to hear from your stakeholders about looking for a way to engage your stakeholders?

Would you like to include stakeholders in your strategic planning & budgeting?

Are you looking for new ways to engage students in learning?

Gain insights into your students’ aspirations for using technology to learn, as well as share your own insights, aspirations and classroom practices through Speak Up 2012.
Speak Up is a National Research Project, facilitated by Project Tomorrow, which collects the views of students, educators and parents about the use of technology for learning.  The online survey is open October 3rd through December 14th. The survey is open to any school or district, best of all it is free and all information is 100% confidential. 

Survey question topics include:  learning and teaching with technology, 21st century skills, science and math instruction, career exploration, emerging technologies (such as Web 2.0, mobile devices & BYOD, online learning and digital content), professional development, school-to-home communications, online assessment and investment recommendations for 21st century schools.

Why participate? Get the pulse of what’s happening in your school (or district) and benchmark it with national results. As a participant, you will receive free online access to your results in Feb 2013.  Ensure that the perspective of you and your students are included in the local, state and national education dialogue as we share the national findings with policymakers, educators, university faculty and staff from education and youth serving organizations.

To learn more about Speak Up or to register your institution to participate, please visit or contact Jenny Hostert at

Since 2003, over 2.6 million participants have shared their views through the Speak Up National Research Project, representing the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered views and opinions of students, parents and educators on critical 21st century education issues.

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