Sunday, October 8, 2017
Samsung recently announced the launch of this year's Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, welcoming U.S. public school teachers who teach in public schools to submit ideas on how their students can use science, technology, engineering, arts and math to address a real-world problems in their community.
Solve for Tomorrow aims to raise awareness and enthusiasm for STEAM subjects among students in grades 6-12. The contest was created to help close crucial gaps and inspire the future innovators of the growing sector.
The $2 million contest awards schools in every state and the District of Columbia. Teachers can enter the contest online through Nov. 9. Hot Springs World Class High School was a finalist in 2013.
Details and contest rules are available online at http://www.samsung.com/us/solvefortomorrow.School on 10/08/2017
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