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Speak Up News – May 2016
Happy Monday! Before the school year ends, check out the latest Speak Up News. In this newsletter you’ll find information on Speak Up 2016 registration, our Speak Up data templates, and a recap of recent media coverage of our Speak Up 2015 report.
We hope you have a wonderful summer and look forward to working with you in the fall for Speak Up 2016!
Registration for Speak Up 2016 is now open!
Surveys run from October 12 – December 16, 2016
It’s not too early to start making plans for Speak Up 2016! Get a head start before the school year ends and register your school or district for the 2016 surveys athttp://bit.ly/SU16survey. Remember, registration and participation is FREE! Contribute to our national research project and inform your work at the same time!
If you are a returning school or district contact, you can automatically register for Speak Up 2016 by logging in with last year’s contact information. Click here to visit the administrator log in page.
Are you interested in presenting your data or viewing it by theme? Download ourSpeak Up data templates. We’ve created new thematic templates and presentation templates to help you view and present your data. To use these templates, just copy and paste your Speak Up data results from your results page into the appropriate areas.
Seizing the Moment: Progress on Bridging the Homework Gap but More Work to be Done
June 6, 2016 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm
904 Hart Senate Office Building
In this installment of the Seizing Opportunity in the Digital Age Congressional briefing series, the National Coalition for Technology in Education and Training (NCTET)will discuss the progress made by the FCC and Congress in closing the “homework gap”: the chasm that exists between students who have home access to high speed broadband and those who do not. In addition to highlighting changes wrought through the Every Student Succeeds Act and the FCC’s recent Lifeline Modernization Order, this session will also explore the work that remains to be done to ensure all students have access to high speed broadband in the classroom as well as at home.
This event will feature remarks from:
▪ Senator Angus King (I-ME)
▪ FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel
▪ Project Tomorrow CEO Julie Evans
▪ Albemarle County Public Schools (VA) CIO Vincent Scheivert
RSVP by June 5th at email@example.com
Many thanks to our sponsors and partners for the support of Speak Up: Blackboard, Inc., BrainPOP, CDW, DreamBox Learning, Qualcomm Wireless Reach, Scholastic Education, American Association of School Administrators, CETPA, Consortium for School Networking, CUE, Digital Learning Day, ICE (Indiana Connected Educators), iNACOL, International Society for Technology in Education, National School Boards Association, National School Public Relations Association, National Science Teachers Association, National Secondary School Principals Association, NCCE (Northwest Council for Computer Education), NETA (Nebraska Educational Technology Association), State Education Technology Directors’ Association and TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association).
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