SpeakUp 2018 Launched on Monday, October 15

logo_clearbackgroundThe National SpeakUp campaign launched yesterday with a great Speak Up 101 webinar.  We’re looking forward to another great Speak Up season!  Dr.Julie Evans shared important and interesting information regarding participation in the SpeakUp survey and what it could mean to your schools.  The survey records activities, attitudes, and aspirations of the stakeholders surveyed; all of which are helpful in developing budgets and programs that can engage and inspire your students, faculty, parents, and community members.

You can find the recording of the SpeakUp 101 webinar and a link to download the slideshow here:  https://tomorrow.org/speakup/speakup101.html

October 17 Free Webinar:  New Learning Leaders Research and Webinar

Project Tomorrow released a report over the summer identifying a new cohort of school leaders who are rethinking instructional practices, providing a bold vision for the future of their schools, leading by example and supporting their teachers through this transition. This month, we released a related New Learning Leaders infographic, and Dr. Julie Evans will be leading a webinar discussion about the findings next Wednesday (October 17th at 2PM ET/11AM PT).

Links to the report, infographic and webinar registration are in this blog post: http://blog.tomorrow.org/2018/10/08/principals-new-learning-leaders-edtech/

If you have not already, please do get started by registering as the contact for your school/district:  https://tomorrow.org/speakup/registration.html

And, download Speak Up promotional materials here: https://tomorrow.org/speakup/promo.html

Any questions, please contact:

Amber Taylor, Director of Communications & Collaborations, Project Tomorrow,  703-201-4893

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