Monday, October 8, 2012

2012 Speak Up Survey

Prairie Farm Schools will participate in the National Speak Up Survey for 2012.  

Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers. Participating schools and districts can access their data online, free-of-charge

All schools have been pre-registered and do not need to go through the registration process. We encourage all students, teachers, and parents to participate in this survey to provide valuable data.

If you would like access to your school level admin password so that you can access data for your school beginning in February, please contact Craig Broeren at:

Why participate?

Receive free, online access to your survey results in Feb 2013. You can view results by school or district with national comparisons.

Obtain valuable data with national benchmarks, use the data to design or update programs, secure funding, support grant proposals, engage your business community in new initiatives, and learn what’s important to your students, parents, teachers & administrators.  Use this data towards the evaluation of technology programs and grant evaluation data.

Become part of the national movement to include the views of students, educators and parents in the national, state and local dialogue about key education issues.

Take the Survey!

Directions for accessing the survey are listed below.  The survey can be taken from any computer at any time starting October 3rd through December 14, 2012.

Students, Educators & Parents Speak Up!

Open October 3rd – December 14th, 2012

Get the pulse of your stakeholders about the use of technology for learning through Speak Up, a National Research Project.  The online survey is open to students, educators (including future educators) and parents; it’s quick and easy to get involved.

  1. Go  to this link:
  2. Click on the appropriate survey.
  3. Follow the given instructions to access the survey and enter the school name to find your school.
  4. Students will choose the grade level and enter the Secret Word below.
  5. Administrators/Teachers/Media Specialists will choose the appropriate survey and enter the Secret Word below.
  6. Parents will not need the Secret Word to access the survey.
    Complete the survey.

Your survey Secret Word is:  panthers

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