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Our Partners

NetDay Speak Up events mobilize thousands of students, teachers and other stakeholders to share their ideas about technology and education. We depend on our partners to host the surveys and to communicate upcoming events with potential participants. To become a NetDay Speak Up partner, visit For Partners.

We are very proud to recognize our NetDay Speak Up partners.

NetDay Speak Up 2006 Sponsors:
NetDay Speak Up events for 2006 are generously supported through grants and in-kind support from the following sponsors.

  • Champion Sponsors
    Bell SouthFoundation Dell

  • Catalyst Sponsor

    William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

  • Campaign Sponsor

    Advanced Network & Services

NetDay Speak Up 2006 Research Supporters
NetDay Speak Up events benefit from the expertise of several key partners including the NetDay Student Advisory Council, teacher advisors, and individuals in the business community. Thank you for providing valuable consulting support on the development of NetDay Speak Up.

NetDay Speak Up Day 2006 Outreach Partners
NetDay is very proud to be a recipient of a Google Grant to help us with outreach for our Speak Up events.

  • SETDA, the State Educational Technology Directors Association is helping promote Speak Up nationwide! Thank you for your support!

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Non-Profit Partners

* The partners noted with an asterisk have been supporting NetDay’s Speak Up outreach efforts since 2003.

To learn more about NetDay’s corporate and foundation support for Speak Up events, please contact Julie Evans.
To learn more about NetDay’s nonprofit support network, please contact Irene Spero.

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