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NetDay Community Initiatives
NetDay Community Initiatives connect people and technology in to improve educational opportunities for students. These direct service, community-based programs connect students and teachers with resources, guidance and knowledge. Through research, professional development and community service, our programs build local capacity to sustain the effective use of educational technology. 

Speak Up Events
Through our Speak Up events and national surveys, participating schools and districts receive free access to aggregated data based on their student and teacher ideas and opinions about technology use for learning. 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 their communities.

Student Voices Resource Center
NetDay Student Voices Resource Center is a comprehensive research and collaboration space that provides resources to engage and involve students in technology-related decision-making. Our aim is to connect student voices with teachers, community members, government representatives, businesses, and others involved with technology in K-12 schools.

Technology Enhancing Student Success (TESS)
Starting in 2000, NetDay partnered with the West Bolivar School District in Rosedale, Mississippi. NetDay’s TESS Initiative provided opportunities to enhance instruction and improve school management practices to increase student achievement using technology.

NetDay AmeriCorps Bridge Program
From 2001-2003, NetDay managed 141 AmeriCorps Members in four communities to support educational technology programs in 25 schools. NetDay organized programs with local schools, provided professional development to members, and oversaw community service activities.

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Mississippi Delta, Mississippi
Santa Ana, California
Rio Grande Valley, Texas
Oakland, California
Detroit, Michigan
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