SPEAK UP 100 honors schools with best edtech policies

Winners include seven districts with more than five schools in the SPEAK UP 100.
Written by ZDNET Editors, Contributor

Netday.org announced winners of their SPEAK UP 100 awards earlier this month. The winners were the 100 top schools in terms of encouraging student voices in edtech decision-making. Seven districts had five or more schools in the SPEAK UP 100:

  • Newport-Mesa Unified School District – CA
  • City of Chicago School District 299 – IL
  • Baltimore City Public School System – MD
  • Clear Creek Independent School District – TX
  • Klein Independent School District – TX
  • Plano Independent School District – TX
  • Weatherford Independent School District – TX
Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow–NetDay, said, “I am very impressed by the ways in which the SPEAK UP 100 schools are involving students in technology planning and decision making and utilizing their Speak Up data to improve the teaching and learning process. Throughout the country we are witnessing powerful ways in which educators are using student input to drive new ideas and innovation in education and technology within their schools and districts. “

The complete list of winners is here (PDF).  

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