500 Words Can Win You a $20,000 Cash Grant Plus $30,000 in Software and Professional Development! We?re Not Kidding.
What kind of program could you build to change the lives of your struggling students?
If you had $20,000 in seed money for a new initiative, plus $30,000 worth of research-based software and professional development to support it, how would you improve student performance in one of your schools? Tell us in 500 words or less and you could win the second annual District Administration X-Factor Student Achievement Grant.
How to win
Submit a 500-word description (or less) describing how you would spend $20,000 in seed money, plus $30,000 in software and professional development to improve student performance. We are looking for highly creative programs that focus on raising reading and math achievement for at-risk, English learner, low-income, minority, or special education students. Submissions must incorporate the use of Academy of READING? or Academy of MATH? software from AutoSkill as a central component. For more information about these software programs, visit www.AutoSkill.com/xfactor.
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