Watch today’s Speak Up Congressional Briefing LIVE at 2PM ET/ 11AM PT

Please join us for the release of the Speak Up 2013 National Findings for Teachers, Administrators and Parents via our live stream feed.

Go to the following link: today at 2PM ET/11am PT to watch it live!
This is the second of two Congressional Briefings on the data results from the 403,000 online Speak Up surveys submitted from education stakeholders nationwide in fall 2013. The June 2nd briefing will include a presentation of the national findings and a moderated panel discussion on the impact of digital learning tools to support college and career readiness in K-12 schools with leaders in the education field. This year’s national report, “The New Digital Learning Playbook, Advancing College and Career Ready Skill Development in K-12 Schools” will be available for download to all those tuning in.

Special Guest Speakers

Joseph South, Deputy Director, Office of Educational Technology, U.S. Department of Education
Mark Belles, Senior Vice President, K-12, Blackboard


Dr. Katherine BihrVice President and Executive Director, Tiger Woods Learning Center Foundation
Tamika V. CulbreathReading/ English Language Arts Teacher, Prince Georges County Public Schools
Monet DeadwylerRising Senior, Cesar Chavez Public Charter School for Public Policy at Capitol Hill
Breck DeWittCTO and National Director K12 and Higher Education, EMC Corporation
Dr. Patrick MurphySuperintendent, Arlington Public Schools, 2014 Virginia Superintendent of the Year
We encourage you to take the conversation online and live tweet during the briefing! Don’t forget to mention @SpeakUpEd/@ProjectTomorrow and/or#SpeakUpBriefing so we can see what you have to say!
To download a copy of the first report on K-12 Student data, “The New Digital Learning Playbook: Understanding the Spectrum of Students’ Activities and Aspirations” please click here.
If you need additional information about Speak Up or the Congressional Briefing, please contact: Jenny Hostert on the Speak Up Team at

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