The school district is encouraging students, parents, teachers, and staff to participate in an online national research project.
Moore County Schools Thursday said on Facebook that Speak Up, facilitated by Project Tomorrow, “provides an easy way for students, parents and educators to participate in the dialogue about K-12 program and policy decisions at the local, state and national level.”
Project Tomorrow has compiled feedback from over 4 million students, educators, and parents, said Moore County Schools.
The online research project includes questions relating to North Carolina. These will be used to help support Rural Broadband and Digital Access and Equity in North Carolina.
Visit the Speak Up website (https://speakup.tomorrow.org/ChooseQuestionSet.aspx) for more information and to access the Speak Up surveys.