Project Tomorrow’s annual Speak Up survey recently had a 10th Anniversary celebration!
The Speak Up National Research Project collects and reports on the authentic, unfiltered views and opinions of K-12 students, parents and educators on critical 21st century education and technology issues. Since 2003, over 3 million K-12 education stakeholders have participated in the annual online surveys. Data findings are shared each year with federal, state and local policymakers to inform education programs, policies and funding. Results will be available for participating schools and districts in February 2014. The 2013 surveys are open for input now through December 20th, 2013. Please take a moment to encourage your teachers, students, administrators, and parents to participate in Speak Up by sharing a note via your listserv, website or social media tools.
State Benefits of Speak Up Participation
For states with at least 1% student participation, the state will get special, state level reports & benefits as well as:
- Complete report with all state data findings
- Publishable snapshot report ready for dissemination
- Consulting time with our staff analysts
- State webinar with Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow CEO
You can help New Hampshire get those special reports and benefits!
District Benefits of Speak Up Participation
All districts and schools can participate in Speak Up and each will get back localized reports with all of their data findings to use for grant writing, planning, budgets & purchasing decisions. No cost to participate, no cost to get the reports. Districts with 20% student participation will have the option to participate in a complimentary webinar, reviewing their own district’s data. Multiple states also have state pages to help their districts and schools access the surveys more efficiently: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/states.html
You can help Your District get those special reports and benefits!
Visit out NH Promotional page at http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/NewHampshire.html
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