Students Speak Up About Technology

speakup logoMost school leaders make decisions about technology without ever asking students what they want. But the 2012 Speak Up survey released on Tuesday, June 4, gives more than 300,000 K-12 students a voice in education technology.

This 10th annual survey from the nonprofit Project Tomorrow has three significant findings, said Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow.

  • One device for every task doesn’t cut it
  • Students have access to personal technology and want to use it
  • The percentage of students without home Internet access hasn’t changed
  • The disconnect between students and schools

Read the entire article by Tanya Roscorla posted on the Center for Digital Education website at

Read more about Project Tomorrow and Net Day Speak up at

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