Project Tomorrow wants to hear from you!  What are your infrastructure and organizational needs to support remote online learning with your students?  We will share the aggregated data from this short survey with policymakers in Washington DC and in many states who are considering new funding to support schools and districts during the COVID-19 crisis. This is your opportunity for your school or district to have a voice in those funding decisions.  The survey will only take you 5 minutes to complete and all of your information will be held confidentially with us.  If you would like to see how your responses compare to your peers nationwide, question 11 provides an explanation of how you can do that.  Thank you in advance for sharing your insights at this critical time.  

Julie A. Evans, Ed.D.
Chief Executive Officer, Project Tomorrow
949-609-4660
@JulieEvans_PT

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* 1.  What is the name of your school or district?

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* 2. Where is your school or district located?

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* 3. What is your primary job assignment this year?

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* 4. Which of these statements most closely represents the status of your schools today?

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* 5. Which of these are the most significant challenges for your school or district as you address the COVID-19 situation in your community? (Check all that apply)

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* 6. If you had new funding right now to support the continuity of learning for your students, what would be your priorities in terms of mobile devices and supporting infrastructure for out-of-school access and usage?  Please rank with a priority scale of High, Medium or Low or indicate that you don’t need new funding for those specific items at this time.

  High Medium Low  No Need
Cloud-based content filtering
Chromebooks for students
Chromebooks for teachers
Increased bandwidth capacity
Laptops for students
Laptops for teachers
Mobile device management software
Network infrastructure
Tablets for students
Tablets for teachers
Wi-Fi hotspots for students to use at home
Wi-Fi hotspots for teachers

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* 7. Based upon your Speak Up data findings, or other district research or information, what percentage of your students do you estimate are having or would have problems participating in remote online learning specifically because of a lack of safe and consistent Internet connectivity at their home?

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* 8. If you had the funds you needed and products were available to purchase, how quickly could you provision and deploy Wi-Fi hot spots and mobile devices (tablets, laptops, Chromebooks) to your students and families?   Please estimate the number of days from accepting delivery of products to putting these in the hands of your students and families.   

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* 9. What about content, apps, software and other types of tools to support remote online learning? Which of these would be priorities for you if you had new funding to support procurement or licensing of these tools? Please rank with a priority scale or High, Medium or Low or indicate that you don’t need new funding for specific items.

  High Medium Low No Need
Assessment tools for remote learning
Cloud apps
Content filtering
Digital media tools for creating videos
Digital or online content – core curriculum
Digital or online content – supplemental curriculum
Digital or online content – enrichment activities
District mobile app
District, school or class portals
Learning management system
Online courses
Parent communications tools
Student online safety tools
Teacher support tools
Teacher training

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* 10. Based upon your experiences with remote online learning, how would you rate the skill and comfort of your teachers to implement these various tools or resources with their students specifically during a school closure?

  Not comfortable Somewhat comfortable Very comfortable
Communications with parents
Communications with students
Creating videos of class lessons or activities for students
Engaging students in purposeful learning
Facilitating an online curriculum
Google classroom operations and apps usage
Implementing a synchronous (same time together) learning environment with students
Managing a remote or virtual workflow

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* 11. Thinking ahead to the future, what is your biggest takeaway from your school or district’s experience with remote online learning and the COVID-19 situation over the past few weeks? How do you think these experiences by students, teachers and parents will influence the future of learning in your school or district? Thanks for sharing your insights with us!

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* 12. Would you like to receive the benchmark survey data from other education leaders across the country to see how your responses compare to others in similar communities?  If so, please provide your email address here.  We do not share email addresses from educators with anyone else.  Your information is protected with us.  

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