Speak Up, America! What do You Think About Technology Use for Learning?

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We shared the Speak Up campaign here on the blog back in October, and we want to encourage your participation one last time before the campaign closes on Friday, December 20th.

All across America, district administration teams, school boards, civic leaders and state and federal policymakers are asking key questions regarding the use of technology for learning. These decision makers must often rely upon hunches, guesses or outdated reports to inform their policies, plans and programs. Now, it’s time for students, parents, teachers, administrators and community leaders to share their answers to these questions, too!

By giving 15 minutes of your time to Speak Up America 2013, you can make sure your voice is heard loud and clear from classrooms to the halls of Congress, from state capitols to boardrooms.  Ensure that policymakers are making those important program and funding decisions based upon real data from real education stakeholders – you!

Give everyone a voice in the future of how technology is used in our nation’s schools and encourage your friends, students, teachers, parents, administrators, community organizations, members, affiliates or anyone who has a passion for improving education to take the Speak Up survey this week.

More than 300,000 K-12 students, parents and educators have already completed Speak Up surveys from all across the country.  But now it is your time – Speak Up, America!  Have a voice in the future of digital learning in our nation’s schools by participating in this year’s special Speak Up America campaign by Dec. 20th!

Learn more at www.tomorrow.org/speakup.