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2019 Blog Contest

Creating Equity in the Classroom

How to enter:

Step 1: Write an 800-word (or less!) blog post that answers the question: What’s one action educators can take to create more inclusive and equitable classrooms that foster a culture of high academic expectations for all students?

Step 2: Submit your entry via email to crivero@studentsachieve.net by December 31, 2019.

Then:

Three entries will be selected as finalists by an internal panel. The winner will be determined by visitor traffic during “competition weeks” in February 2020. Grand prize: $150 Amazon gift card.

Non-finalists whose posts are selected for publication will be eligible for upcoming competitions open only to Aligned authors.

Deadline: December 31, 2019

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