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Contest for special education teachers

 Morgan’s Wonderland, PCI Education  and WeAreTeachers announce a back to school contest for special education teachers and their students. 
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Morgan’s Wonderland, PCI Education and WeAreTeachers announce a back-to-school contest for special education teachers and their students. Teachers can nominate a student and his or her family for a chance to win a free trip to Morgan’s Wonderland, a 25-acre park designed for children and adults with special needs.

The five teachers with the most votes for their nomination will receive free educational products from PCI Education. Online nominations will be accepted until Oct. 1. For more information, visit www.pcieducation.com/mwpark.

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