Is “Too Much Screen Time” A Real Thing Or Fake News? RSVP To Our Livestream Briefing On Oct 23 And Find Out

CANeLearn continues to encourage Canadian-based e-learning programs to participate in the Speak Up survey and events.

Thank you for your previous attendance to Project Tomorrow’s annual Speak Up Congressional briefing via livestream.  This year’s briefing is focusing on the role of digital content, tools and resources in student learning – including a discussion about the pros and cons of digital learning today.  Briefing will include the latest Speak Up Research and a panel of students talking about their views on the impact of technology on their lives.  Please rsvp to join us live for this important discussion.

Please Join Us: Speak Up 2019 Congressional Briefing

Digital Learning: Peril or Promise for Our Students


October 23, 2019, 12-1:30pm

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Join us for our annual Congressional Briefing and the release our new Speak Up report focused on digital learning. We’ll release the new report and infographics about the findings and hear directly from a panel of students and educators who will share their first-hand perspectives on the role of technology in supporting a variety of learning experiences. Additionally, we will explore the impact of digital learning on students’ college and career readiness as well as schools’ responses to the challenges associated with the effective use of technology in children’s lives today.

The Speak Up Research Initiative, a national initiative of Project Tomorrow, is both a national research project and a free service to schools and districts everywhere. This briefing is part of a continuing series of annual Briefings facilitated by Project Tomorrow since 2004 to inform federal policymakers and thought leaders about the changing education landscape especially as it pertains to the effective use of digital tools, content and resources to support student learning.  Each year over 400,000 K-12 students, parents, community members, teachers and administrators share their hopes, dreams and frustrations with education technology with Project Tomorrow as part of the Speak Up Project. More than 5.7 million participants have made Speak Up the largest collection of authentic, unfiltered stakeholder input on education, technology, schools of the future, science and math instruction, professional development and career exploration.

Jenny Hostert

Speak Up Operations Manager

Project Tomorrow

Irvine, CA 92618

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Project Tomorrow is the nation’s leading education nonprofit organization focused on empowering students to have a greater voice in their education.