One school in each state will win 500 books. Deadline to enter is April 14.
Here’s a round-up of scholarships, grants, and prizes available to teachers, librarians, and students.
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Are you one of those people who laments “I never win anything?” If you’re a superstar school librarian (and you are, of course) then your luck may be about to change.
A sweepstakes contest, from today through May 31, gives librarians the chance to win a collection of 75 best-selling Dover titles.
If you’re confident that you’ve gone above and beyond finding innovative ways to equip students with 21st-century literacies—or know a colleague who has—check out all the details on SLJ’s 2016 School Librarian of the Year Award.
Enter your dream maker space in the Department of Education’s CTE Makeover Challenge. You may just snag the money to make it happen. But hurry; the deadline is April 1.
CDW-G’s second annual Collaboration Nation video contest kicks off February 1, offering cash and product prizes to K–12 schools.
Recognizing innovative K–12 programs that teach 21st-century skills to students, the Follett Challenge awards $200,000 in Follett products and services. All public and private K–12 schools and districts are eligible to apply.
A student in high school today just might become the scientist who develops a cure for cancer. PBS LearningMedia and Stand Up to Cancer (SU2C) are giving 300 students such an opportunity over the next three years with The Emperor Science Award.
Guinness World Records wants to know what records children would try to set in the next 20 years if they had the chance. The “Records of the Future Challenge” opens today to seven to 12-year-olds and runs through December 1.