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Speak Up! Survey (deadline January 21, 2011)

January 10th, 2011

SETDA has been working with Speak Up! to collect data nationally from students, teachers, administrators, and parents about using technology in schools. They want to know if students have access to computers, whether having a lot of different computer systems in schools makes things difficult, whether students/teachers/parents think it would be useful for there to be more technology in education, etc. But we’re Maine, and of course, data from Maine will skew their statistics something fierce!

Please let Speak Up! know what Maine is doing by participating in the online survey.

The first step is to set up an account for your school/district. Scroll down the page to register your school. Then simply send the link to the survey along with the password you create around to everybody in your school that you can reach — teachers, principal, guidance counselors, parents, students, everybody! The deadline is January 21st!

If you have any questions or problems getting the survey set up, you can contact Laurie Smith, Director of Research & Evaluation at Project Tomorrow via email or by phone at 1-949-609-4660 ext 17, or Charlie Hartman at the MLTI Project Office.

Let’s show ’em what technology in education really looks like!

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