Public voting opens for Follett Challenge

2/10/2013 12:00:00 AM

The Follett Challenge will award $200,000 worth of Follett products and services to six winning schools, and provide educators with a platform to demonstrate their innovative teaching programs.

Schools, local communities and the general public can now help choose the Follett Challenge winners by voting for the best video submission once a day between now and March 15. 

For 2012-13, the company has expanded the contest, seeking entries from schools that are designing programs that develop critical thinking, communication, creativity, and collaboration between students and among educators. All of the video entries can be found on the Follett Challenge website (www.FollettChallenge.com), and the entry with the most votes from the public will take home the People’s Choice award. 


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