February 22, 2018

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Just Tech It Up Challenge: Win $100K in Classroom Technology from Sharp

TechItUpJust Tech It Up: The Sharp Classroom Technology Challenge, from Sharp Electronics Corportation, will award more than $100,000 worth of classroom technology in state-of-the-art Sharp products to one K–12 accredited school in the 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. In addition, ten runners-up will win a Class AQUOS BOARD interactive display system.

In order to enter the Sharp challenge, K–12 accredited schools will need to answer two questions:

  • How would your school integrate Sharp technology such as interactive whiteboards, professional display monitors, and document systems (multifunctional copiers) to improve your students’ educational experience?
  • How would your students benefit from this award?

Entries must be submitted online: www.sharpusa.com/tech-it-up. There is no purchase necessary, and schools have until April 30, 2015 to enter. The winner will be announced on (or about) May 15.

For more details and rules about the challenge, visit the contest’s official website: Just Tech It Up: The Sharp Classroom Technology Challenge.

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