We hope that you will use Digital Learning Day to build awareness about the potential of technology in your local schools. Yes, the Alliance for Excellent Education will host the National Digital Learning Day event in Washington, DC. But the real power of the day is the grassroot efforts taking place in classrooms, libraries, schools districts and all 50 states across the US. This call to action is not just for school leaders. Cities, counties, local businesses or policy makers should plan to host activities, too!
We challenge you to make Digital Learning Day your own. Some activities will be less than an hour while others may be all year long. No matter what you decide to do, please add your activity to our map to share your plans:
Join the conversation about the use of technology for learning through Speak Up, a National Research Project. The online survey is open to students, educators and parents. It's quick and easy to get involved. Take it now!