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Phone: 949 609-2660
15707 Rockfield Blvd
Suite 250

Irvine
California 92618
USA
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Target demographics: Primary audience:  K-12 students in public and private schools nationwide

Secondary audience:  Parents, teachers and administrators that support the educational opportunities for K-12 students

Direct beneficiaries per year: 375,000 K-12 students

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: 1. Contact your local schools and encourage them to participate in the annual Speak Up National Research Project.  You can share with them how to participate, the value of listening to stakeholders and the benefits of participating.  Learn more: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/speak_up_faq.html

2. Host a group of high school students at your company who want to learn more about jobs and careers in the STEM fields.  Learn more:  http://www.tomorrow.org/programs/teach2learn.html

3.Tweet and blog about Project Tomorrow and our programs.

Programs: Speak Up National Research Project ** YouthTEACH2Learn Career Exploration Program **
Innovation in Education Awards for STEM Excellence **
Innovators' Road Trips for STEM Career Exploration **
Youth Leadership Summit in Math and Science **

Mission:
Founded in 1996, Project Tomorrow's mission is to support innovative, research-based uses of science, math and technology resources to develop critical thinking, problem solving and creativity in students.  Our vision is to prepare today’s students to be tomorrows innovators, leaders and engaged citizens.
Results:
**370,000 K-12 students, teachers, parents and administrators shared their ideas on 21st century education through the Speak Up 2009 surveys to improve teaching and learning.

**5,700 schools and 1,215 districts used their Speak Up data to inform local educational programs, policies and funding

**Federal agencies and state departments of education throughout the country used Speak Up data to inform their K12 education programs, policies and funding.

** 2296 elementary students were engaged and motivated to learn science and math as a result of the YouthTEACH2Learn program in the 2009/10 school year.

** 61% of our YouthTEACH2Learn high school student participants were more interesting in a career in teaching as a result of this program.

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10/19/10
Project Tomorrow is an invaluable partner for the National Science Digital Library (http://nsdl.org) - helping us in the past four years to understand patterns and trends in educational uses of technology, and to know and understand our users. This information is critical in helping us to not only ... more »
10/02/10
Project Tomorrowis that rare organization that not only develops critical thinking, problem solving and creativity in students, but then gets feedback from the students as to the effe ctiveness of the program. They do a great job of preparing students to be the innovators and leaders and of the ... more »
09/30/10
For 3 years, Arizona has had students, staff and parents take the Speak Up Survey, which focuses on the use of educational technology. Because of a partnership with SETDA (State Educational Technology Directors Association) and Project Tomorrow, the state office receives aggregate student, teacher... more »
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1. Contact your local schools and encourage them to participate in the annual Speak Up National Research Project.  You can share with them how to participate, the value of listening to stakeholders and the benefits of participating.  Learn more: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/speak_up_faq.html

2. Host a group of high school students at your company who want to learn more about jobs and careers in the STEM fields.  Learn more:  http://www.tomorrow.org/programs/teach2learn.html

3.Tweet and blog about Project Tomorrow and our programs.

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