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Staples Provides One Million Thank You Cards To Honor Teachers

To celebrate teachers and all they do, Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLS) is giving customers the opportunity to thank a teacher that has made a difference in their lives by providing one million free thank you cards in Staples’ stores across the country or during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2-6. Read More »

Office Depot Allows Schools to Earn Free Supplies

Office Depot, Inc., through its Office Depot and OfficeMax brands, allows schools from pre-kindergarten through the 12th grade to earn credits for free supplies through its exclusive “Give Back to Schools” program. Over $29 million in merchandise certificates have been issued to the more than 160,000 schools since the inception of Office Depot’s “Give Back to Schools” program. Read More »

Imagination Playground Announces WeAreTeachers Giveaway Winners

Imagination Playground, LLC announced today the winners of their giveaway contest conducted in partnership with WeAreTeachers, a popular online destination and social media brand providing teaching resources. The giveaway featured three Imagination Playground children’s building sets valued in total at over $6500, and included 300 additional prizes. Read More »

Toyota and Discovery Announce Winners of TeenDrive365 Video Challenge

Toyota and Discovery Education announced that the Sherwood High School students, of Montgomery County Public Schools in Olney, Md. (outside of Washington, D.C.) won the grand prize in the Toyota TeenDrive365 Video Challenge for their video "For the Whales." Now in its fifth year, the Toyota and Discovery Education challenge invites teens across the country to create public service videos to inspire their friends and peers to drive more safely. Read More »

Promethean Launches ClassFlow Lesson-Building Competition

Promethean today announced the launch of its inaugural "Best in ClassFlow" lesson-building competition. To enter, teachers first register for ClassFlow, an award-winning collaborative learning application, for free. They then choose from four categories as the foundation of their interactive lesson. Read More »

Discovery Education and Nutrients for Life Foundation's "Let It Grow Contest"

Discovery Education and the Nutrients for Life Foundation announced the winners of the 2016 Let It Grow Contest. This contest awards more than $10,000 in prizes to six middle schools nationwide as part of From the Ground Up: The Science of Soil, an education initiative that offers middle school students a deeper understanding of the importance of soil science. Read More »

ISTE 2016 Awards Announced,

Today, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®) announced its 2016 award winners, honoring individuals who are paving the way for connected learning. Each year, ISTE's awards recognize individuals whose exemplary work provides a model for learning, teaching and leading in the digital age. Read More »

Toyota and VH1 Save The Music Help Music Education

Last fall Toyota and VH1 Save The Music Foundation brought music education to LaPlace Elementary, a New Orleans area school. This year they will do the same for another deserving school. Launching at Stagecoach in Indio, California on April 29, Toyota will have an interactive activation running throughout the festival season. Read More »

Follett Challenge Announces Grand-Prize Winning School

Featuring an innovative and successful STEM program that teaches 21st-century learning skills in a unique way, Ben Eielson Junior/Senior High School, located on Alaska's Eielson Air Force Base, is the grand-prize winner of the fifth annual Follett Challenge. Read More »

Yes I Can Awards, Sponsored by Pearson, Announced

Twelve outstanding young people were honored this year at the Yes I Can awards ceremony at the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) 2016 Convention & Expo. The award recipients, who range in age from nine-years old to 20, are making incredible contributions to their communities as artists, scholars, advocates, technology experts and successful students and employees. Read More »