Fifteen Public Schools Named as Finalists in $2 Million Contest

2/25/2014 12:00:00 AM

Samsung has announced the 15 public schools named as national finalists in its annual Solve For Tomorrow Contest.

As national finalists, 15 public schools from across the country will receive approx. $35,000 in technology for their proposed STEM learning projects. These 15 schools will be invited to present their projects in person at SXSWedu in Austin on March 3. Three grand prize winners will be chosen by a panel of judges; a fourth will be chosen by Samsung employees; and a fifth, the Community Choice Award winner, will be determined by public online voting. The grand prize winners will receive approx. $140,000 in technology.

To learn more about the contest or past winners, visit 
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