The Dell Education Challenge will identify and invest $30,000 in promising projects by university students working to transform and innovate learning in today’s primary/K-12 schools. Solutions can address in-school or out-of-school learning, the learning environment for both students or educators, or systemic issues with infrastructure, policy or administration. Students who submit ideas will have access to a global community providing feedback and encouragement on their projects.
Twenty semi-finalists will receive one-on-one mentoring from a DSIC-certified mentor to perfect their pitches. Finalists will be invited to Dell World this December to compete for cash awards and support to advance their educational innovation. For more information visit http://www.dellchallenge.org/k12.