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IT’S TIME FOR SPEAK UP 2012 IN CALIFORNIA!

Participate in Speak Up 2012 and learn what K-12 students, educators,and parents have to say about education issues!

The national Speak Up survey is now open for input until December 14, 2012.

This survey, developed by Project Tomorrow, provides a critical opportunity for local stakeholder voices to directly impact national and state efforts to promote positive, effective use of technology to transform teaching and learning.

Survey topics this year include:
 Online and blended learning
 Mobile devices & Bring Your Own Device plans
 Education technology funding
 Parents’ concerns
 Online reading comprehension
 Social media and digital content
 Flipped classroom
 Professional development
 Common Core State Standards
 Technology desires for the ultimate school

Why participate?

  • There is no fee to participate, or limit on the number of respondents. All information is 100% confidential. The surveys take less than 20 minutes to complete.
  • Each participating institution receives a free online report in February 2013 aggregating all local data with national data to use for comparative benchmarking and local advocacy.
  • Use your local Speak Up data to: advocate for policies, programs & funding, as input into local plans, support grant proposals, engage your community, and learn about the ideas of your students, staff and parents.
  • Lend your voice to national advocacy efforts and help improve educational opportunities for ALL kids!

To take the survey visit: www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2012
Select your state: CA
Enter your school name and your Secret Word: su4ca

For more information visit Project Tomorrow: Speak Up