The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) has announced the opening of its fourth annual Vision K-20 Survey. Sponsored by the organization's Education Division, the Vision K-20 Survey gives educators, administrators and faculty members from K-12 and postsecondary educational institutions the opportunity to take a short, online survey to evaluate their current technology use.
Focusing on goals outlined in the Vision roadmap, including 21st Century tools, accessibility, differentiated learning, assessment tools and enterprise support, institutions - schools, districts, two-year colleges and four-year universities - will be able to use the Vision's benchmarks to monitor their progress, and can complete the survey periodically as they work toward the Vision for K-20 in education.
SIIA member organizations worked together to develop the Vision K-20 initiative to serve as a guide for educational institutions to implement technology district- and campus-wide. This survey aims to collect additional data that will broadly assist educators in taking this important project to the next level of knowledge and success.
To learn more about this initiative, and to participate in the 2011 Vision K-20 Survey, visit www.siia.net/visionK20. The survey closes May 31, 2011.
SIIA values the support of its partners and their commitment to improving students' preparedness for an innovative and global economy. Partners committed to supporting the Vision K-20 initiative and survey include: 1105 Media, the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), edWeb.net, eSchool Media, The League for Innovation, WeAreTeachers and WeTheTeachers.
Source: The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), www.siia.net/education