Promote participation in Speak Up:
q Encourage your stakeholders to participate in Speak Up through email blasts, newsletters, your blog or other online social media tools.
q Highlight the Speak Up survey on your website using the Speak Up Partner logo (with a link to the survey).
q Inform your stakeholders that you are actively promoting participation in Speak Up by issuing your own “customized” press release using the Speak Up press release template provided by Project Tomorrow. Project Tomorrow will issue its Speak Up national press release on October 6th.
q Distribute Speak Up Info flyers during your presentations at conferences or from your booth on the exhibit floor.
q Host a “Speak Up” media event to encourage participation in Speak Up.
q Use social media networks such as Facebook or Twitter to get the word out about Speak Up to your stakeholders.
Spotlight students’ views in the dialogue about K-12 education
q Include Speak Up data in your articles, promotional materials or presentations.
q Share how the Speak Up results are important to your organization’s mission and work.
q Use the Speak Up results to identify your stakeholders’ needs, secure funding or demonstrate the success of your initiatives.
q Schedule Julie Evans, CEO- Project Tomorrow, to present the Speak Up findings to your team, at a conference or through a webinar.
q Host a regional or state summit to share Speak Up data and develop an action plan for creating 21st century schools.
Strengthen the Speak Up network
q Blog about how you are using Speak Up data to inform your decisions about curriculum or technology, programming, legislation, or services.
q Share promising practices with staff from partnering organizations, schools and districts who are involved with Speak Up.