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Speak Up For Technology In Education

SUREN on October 12, 2013

In case you haven't heard about it, Speak Up has been and continues to be the only annual, national survey to ask students, educators and parents how they use – and how they would like to use – technology for learning.

All schools and districts are automatically registered to participate. While Mobicip is not affiliated with the survey in any way, we highly recommend that you spend the few minutes it takes to express your opinion. In addition, please do encourage your students, teachers, parents, administrators and community members to go online and take the 20 minute survey now through December 20th!

Why Participate?

Since 2003, Speak Up has collected and shared the views of over 2.6 million students, teachers, and parents from all 50 US states, as well as internationally. By participating in Speak Up, you are expressing your views to a wider audience of local, state, and national policy makers as well as the business community—and contributing to the international dialog about science, technology, and preparing students for the 21st century workforce. All of the survey results and reports are freely available for anyone to download and use.
 
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The Mobicip crew
 
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