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Vision K20 Survey to Assess Nationwide Education Technology Levels

Tech and Learning, in partnership with SIIA (The Software & Information Industry Association), invites our readers to participate in the Vision K20 Survey
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Tech&Learning, in partnership with SIIA (The Software & Information Industry Association), invites our readers to participate in the Vision K20 Survey, a 15-minute, online benchmarking study about the current and future use of technology in schools and colleges. All responders who complete the survey will receive a free final report and a 1 in 50 (or better) chance to win an iTunes or Starbucks gift card. The Survey closes on May 24th.

The results of the survey will be published and distributed in a free report later this year. This report will give you and your colleagues the opportunity to see how your current level of technology compares with other schools and colleges nationwide, and will also show the ideal level for the future. For more information, visit: http://www.siia.net/visionk20/index.html

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