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Edgenuity announces second annual video contest

Edgenuity invites middle and high school teachers that use Edgenuity’s online curriculum to submit short videos demonstrating how online and blended learning is improving academic outcomes for their students.
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Edgenuity invites middle and high school teachers that use Edgenuity’s online curriculum to submit short videos demonstrating how online and blended learning is improving academic outcomes for their students. The winner will receive a $5,000 technology grant for their school, and two runners-up will receive five one-year individual student licenses for Edgenuity.

Videos must not exceed three minutes and be uploaded to www2.edgenuity.com/VideoContest by 11:59 p.m. on December 7, 2013. The winner and runners-up will be showcased as part of Edgenuity’s participation in Digital Learning Day on February 6, 2014, a national event to promote awareness about technology’s role in improving education.

For official “Every Click Counts” contest rules and eligibility requirements, visit www2.edgenuity.com/VideoContest.

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