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itslearning Announces Contest to Award $10,000 in Teacher Grants

The program honors K-12 teachers who are using technology in new and engaging ways to connect with their students. Two winning entries will each receive a $5,000 grant.
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itslearning announces its inaugural “TheHeart of Education” award program. The program honors K-12 teachers who are using technology in new and engaging ways to connect with their students. Two winning entries will each receive a $5,000 grant. 

Teachers interested in submitting to the award can visit itslearning’s Teachers’ Lounge to enter. The award program will run from October 3rd, 2016- December 17th, 2016. Submissions will be judged on the innovative and creative ways teachers are using technology in their education process, as well as their results. 

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