This annual survey facilitated by Project Tomorrow gives individuals, classes, and entire school districts the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues — and to influence local, state and federal policies and programs.
Since the inaugural survey in 2004, when it went by the name NetDay, millions of students, educators, and parents have shared their views through this national online research project. This year, the survey asks students about their use of mobile tools, social networks and gaming as part of their learning in and out of the classroom.
Participants may request survey data from previous years here:
Download sample survey questions, flyers, and other promotional materials — now available in Spanish — to help spread the word: