Speak Up 2013 is now closed for input. Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s survey!

Welcome back parents, educators, administrators, and students! We hope you all had a great winter break.
Speak Up 2013 is now closed for input. Special thanks to all the students, teachers, administrators, parents and community members who participated in making this year’s survey a success! All participating schools and districts will receive free online access to their local data with national benchmarks beginning February 5, 2014 in celebration of Digital Learning Day. To view past Speak Up local data results,


This year 403,292 Students, Parents, Educators and members of the community representing over 8,000 schools nationwide participated in Speak Up. Thank you to everyone that participated for supporting the mission of Project Tomorrow to ensure that every student has access to innovative learning opportunities. Learn more about the great promotions and happenings that took place during “Speak Up America 2013”, please click here.
Speak Up 2013 Final Count:

403,292 total surveys taken
Students: 325,279
Teachers: 39,986
Administrators: 4,530
Parents: 32,151
Community Members: 1,346

Our top participants:

Top States
Texas with 79,540 participants
California with 50,081 participants
Alabama with 34,099 participants
Indiana with 32,381 participants
North Carolina 26,635 participants

Top DistrictsKlein ISD, TX
McAllen ISD, TX
Weslaco ISD, TX
Shelby County School District, AL
Fairfax County Public Schools, VA

Top Schools
North Carolina Virtual School, NC
Weslaco High School, TX
Newport Harbor High, CA
Memorial High School, TX
Florida Virtual School, FL

Speak Up America 2013 Contest Winners:

Photo Challenge Winners

Dr. Karl Ochsner
7th/8th grade Teacher
Pope John XXIII Catholic School

Ashton Burk
First Grade Teacher
North-Hopewell Winterstown Elementary,
Red Lion Area School District

Aptakisic Junior High
Aptakisic-Tripp School District 102

Carleen Southard,
Library Media Tech III
Mission Hills High School Library
San Marcos Unified School District

Mark Rivadeneyra
Marco Forster Middle School
Capistrano Unified School District

ISTE Conference Registration Winners

Speak Up America Day Winner
Onslow County Schools, North Carolina

Speak Up America Week Winner
Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia

Again, thank you for your support in making this year’s survey a success! We look forward to your participation in Speak Up 2014.

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