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Educators' Speak Up How-to Guide

Benefits of Participation | How to Register | How to Encourage Participation | How to Take the Survey | How to Access Your Data


Start Planning Now – Plan now to make the most of your data

As a Speak Up participating school, you will have access to school and district aggregated data. Past participants have used their data to inform technology decisions and purchases, to learn how to best provide instruction to today's tech-savvy students, to plan for teacher training, and to stimulate discussion about key technology issues in the community.

  • Alert all schools in your district about your participation in the Speak Up survey so they can help spread the word to other schools in your district

  • Schedule meetings early to invite school faculty and school board members to review your school's data.

  • Coordinate the use of the data with your school's or district's technology planning and purchasing schedules.
Accessing Your Data

Aggregate data is available at no cost for schools and districts that register and participate in the events. When the data has been released, the school or district contact will be able to log on to the NetDay website and use the previously-selected secret word to access their school and district data. Sign up for Speak Up News to make sure you are notified!

Additional Data Services from NetDay

In addition to the free aggregated data, districts, regions, and states might be interested in the following data services:

  • A summary narrative report with comparative state data from 2003, 2004, and 2005 and national data.

  • An Excel workbook containing your aggregated totals of the 2003, 2004, and 2005 survey data, plus the national summaries for your own analysis work.  

  • An Excel workbook containing your students’ free responses to your open-ended questions

  • A listing of the schools in your district, region, or state that participated in Speak Up Day

  • A personalized hard copy of the documents including a CD-ROM plus the data sent electronically via email

  • Permission to use the NetDay Speak Up data and findings in your proposals and planning documents. 

Please contact NetDay at with your requests. There is a nominal data processing fee associated with these services



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