Last call for Speak Up surveys!

Spread the word about the survey with our last minute promotional ideas

With one week to go, there is still plenty of time to get the word out about Speak Up. If you just registered your district or are looking for new ways to promote the survey, try one of these ideas:
Host a Speak Up Day or week: Pick a day this week to have your K-12 community complete the Speak Up Surveys!
Focus on one survey type: A focus on teachers, parents and/or administrators is an easy push and a great way to receive a meaningful dataset. We recommend sending an email or phone recording to parents or email blast to your teachers. Click here for a variety of sample emails.
Highlight the Speak Up survey on your website using one of our Speak Up logos (with a link to the survey). Click here for the code to embed on your website. Make sure to include your survey password!
Use social media networks such as Facebook or Twitter to get the word out about Speak Up to your stakeholders. Try retweeting one of our @SpeakUpEd tweets or post from our sample tweets at the end of this newsletter.

Spread the word!

Once you’ve taken the Speak Up survey, share it with your friends, colleagues, and family members! Simply copy and paste the text below into an email or on one of your social media walls to spread the word – feel free to change the text:
Have a voice on educational policy by taking the Speak Up survey! Only takes 15 minutes or less to complete and you are adding invaluable input to key educational issues like the homework gap- kids access to internet, technology in schools, and more! Either take the general public survey (community), educator or parent survey if you have a kid in grades K-12

Sample Tweets

Natl surveys for teachers, parents, students & community close this Fri. Don’t miss your chance to be heard! #edtech
Are you “Speaking Up” about digital learning this year? Make your voice heard participate in Speak Up 2015 at
Donate 15 min of your time to impact the future of #education! Help shape #edpolicy by taking the #SpeakUpsurvey:
Participate in Speak Up and share your ideas about how to leverage technology in schools to promote better learning:

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