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Project Tomorrow's Mini-Speak Up survey

Nationwide, students are participating in Project Tomorrow's Mini Speak Up survey and sharing their thoughts on improving education with President elect Obama and his new Congress. The annual survey of parents, teachers and students closed on December 23rd, but students
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Nationwide, students are participating in Project Tomorrow's Mini-Speak Up survey and sharing their thoughts on improving education with President-elect Obama and his new Congress. The annual survey of parents, teachers and students closed on December 23rd, but students can answer open-ended questions online until Inauguration Day on January 20th. A sample question asks students to imagine the role of the President and determine one thing they would do to "improve schools to ensure that all students receive the education and skills they need to be successful in life." Schools that have not yet participated in Speak Up 2008 can register for the mini-survey HERE.

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