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Parents’ Views on E-Learning During School Closure

In response to the COVID-19 virus crisis, Project Tomorrow has created this no cost survey to help K-12 schools and districts collect feedback from parents about the viability of online or e-learning during a school closure, and parents’ concerns about that approach for their child. Your feedback therefore on this short 10-minute survey will help your local school and district leaders understand the potential impact of online or e-learning on your child and your family.  Additionally, the views of parents just like you will help state and federal leaders understand what is possible to support learning during this COVID-19 virus crisis.  Your feedback is important.  Thank you for contributing your thoughts today.




For School and District Leaders:

Use the form below to register your school or district for participation to receive free online access to your data reports. Shortly after you register, a representative from Project Tomorrow will be in contact to send you a custom URL link to promote to your parent community to gather their input. 

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Project Tomorrow is the nation’s leading education nonprofit group dedicated to ensuring that today’s K-12 students are well prepared to become tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and engaged citizens of the world.
To address this mission, we design and implement landmark research on digital learning, school and community programs promoting innovation in science and math education, and advocacy efforts empowering the voices of K-12 education stakeholders.  

Speak Up is a national initiative of Project Tomorrow and a free research service to all schools and districts.  Since fall 2003, the Speak Up Research Initiative has helped districts and schools include the voices of their students, teachers, administrators and parents in annual and long-term planning. 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.  National reports inform local, state and national policymakers.  

In 2020, Project Tomorrow developed a new online survey for parents to collect feedback about the viability of online or e-learning during a school closure, and parents’ concerns about that approach for their child.  The Parents’ Views on E-Learning During School Closure Snapshot, is one of many Speak Up Research Initiative tools offered as a free resource for schools and districts to inform their digital learning plans. To learn more about Speak Up 360 and other snapshot tools available visit: tomorrow.org/speakup.

Click here to view the 2019-20 Parents’ Views on E-Learning During School Closure survey questions.
To view Speak Up 360 survey offerings, which covers a wide range of education related topics for all audiences including students, educators, parents and members of the community, please visit our view questions page.

Project Tomorrow takes data privacy seriously.
We hope our Website Privacy Policy and the related Data Privacy Policy make clear how we collect data, what we collect, and how we use data. If there are any questions, please contact us.

To help you get started promoting Speak Up with your parent community, we’ve put together a promotional material packet that includes informational and invitation flyers, sample emails, and instructions for parents on how to access the survey. We hope this will help you to reach more of your parent community! Download here.

Questions? Schedule a Speak Up Planning meeting with the Speak Up Team! Pick a convenient time from our calendar or request a demo and a member from our team will be in touch. 

To learn more about the annual Speak Up surveys which covers broad range of topics including questions on school climate, professional learning, and digital learning experiences from all audiences, please visit our About Speak Up page or request a demo with the Speak Up Team.