Superintendents: Please take a few moments to complete the District Speak Up Survey. The rest of this blog links to more information, talks about how responses are at an all time high, and calls out those states with a lower response rate. I'd love for you to read the whole post, but not as much as Speak Up would appreciate a few more survey responses!
AASA is pleased to once again be partnering with the Speak Up survey. This year is marks the tenth anniversary of the survey, which asks students and other education stakeholders--including school administrators--how they use, and would like to use, technology for learning.
Have you taken the survey? If not, please do so today! You have until NEXT Friday, December 21!
More background is available in a previous blog post and the general Speak Up 2012 webpage.
Check out these funfacts:
- The voice of superintendents is at a record level. In fact, compared to a year ago, the number of superintendents responses is 64% higher. Wowza!
- It looks like there will be an all-time high for responses, reaching more than 500,000 from 42 states and DC. Thank you to everyone who has completed the survey.
That said, we always welcome more responses, and a handful of states in particular have low response numbers. If you are in Alaska, Connecticut, Idaho, Montana, Oklahoma, Oregon or Nevada, help increase the response rate for your state!