Launch Michigan, has just announced a major statewide survey of our state’s educators, parents, and community leaders. Through this effort, they hope to learn more about our shared distance learning experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s time to dig deeper into our state’s shared experiences with distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you are a teacher, a principal, a parent, or an interested community member, you’ve got a special perspective to share.
And our state’s K–12, business and philanthropic leaders want to know what you think.
Three surveys are now online, awaiting your click, consideration, and comment. Tell us what you think about what happened and where we can go from here!
Interested survey respondents should click one of the links below to take part:
The surveys are aimed at complementing data collection efforts being undertaken by other Michigan education groups. They are being conducted by Lansing-based Public Policy Associates in collaboration with the Education Policy Innovation Center (EPIC) at Michigan State University.
The organization that will use this information is Launch Michigan, which is a coalition of educators, businesses, parents, and philanthropists that’s working hard to help improve educational outcomes for all Michigan students. You can learn more at www.launchmichigan.org.
The survey closes on July 31. We hope you’ll take part! If you have questions, please reach out to email@example.com or call 248-845-8176.