Celebrating Ask a Stupid Question Day
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Experience the power of questions by sending us your question for our September 28 celebration of Ask a Stupid Question Day.

We’ve all done it, had that question we wanted to ask that just sounded astoundingly stupid. We’re embarrassed that it even occurred to us, and worse, that we didn’t know the answer when it seemed so simple. The truth is there is no such thing as a stupid question, except the one you choose not to ask. Your students will never learn anything if they are afraid to ask the question to begin with. Ask a Stupid Question Day encourages students to overcome the fear of sounding silly and opening the door to learning by asking their stupidest questions.

Have a question about Arts, Sciences, History, or the field of Business? Just click the button below to send it our way, and we’ll be back in touch to let you know if your question will be featured in our September 28 program on National Ask a Stupid Question Day. To be considered for the program, a question MUST be submitted by Friday, September 23.

Tune in to the Educate.Today website on Tuesday, September 28th to see if your “stupid” question was chosen and will be answered by our website hosts!