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Technology is an ever-changing landscape, but is education keeping pace? We want your feedback! Take our short 2-minute Business and Tech Teachers Survey so we can help better support teachers like you.

In a world where technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the education system needs to adapt to meet the needs of students and prepare them for the future.

Business, digital media, and technology teachers are working to bridge the gap between education and technology. Whether it’s teaching content creation, ChatGPT, digital marketing—these teachers are bringing 21st-Century lessons and technology into the classroom.

At Striv, we believe that digital media education should be engaging, accessible, and tailored to meet the needs of today’s students. To achieve this goal, we need your help!

We are currently conducting a survey to gather insights and feedback from our valued community of business and tech educators.

Your participation in this survey is essential to help us understand the challenges and complications that educators face. As well as to help us improve Striv to help better support you, your students, and your school.

So, don’t wait. Take our Business and Tech Teachers Survey today and let your voice be heard! Thank you for helping us create a brighter future for education!

If you want a community join a community designed for administrators & educators who embrace new technology, prioritize lifelong learning, and have a student-centered approach to teaching—join the Future-Ready Educators community.

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