Samsung Launches $2 million Solve for Tomorrow Contest for U.S. Public Schools

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Samsung Launches $2 million Solve for Tomorrow Contest for U.S. Public Schools

Entries Open Until October 31, 2014
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Enter now to win a share of $2 million by using STEM to solve an issue in your community #SamsungSolve http://bit.ly/18DFOcB

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Entries are open for the fifth annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest – a nationwide competition to raise enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by challenging students and teachers to tackle critical issues across the country. Through the competition’s community-based learning approach, youth take topics out of traditional classroom settings and explore, in a hands-on way, how these subjects address core problems that impact their lives and their regions. The first 5,000 teachers to enter from all 50 states and the District of Columbia will receive a pre-selected professional development course from PBS TeacherLine; entries close on October 31, 2014. Throughout the competition, approximately $2 million* of prizes will be presented by Samsung, Adobe, PBS TeacherLine, DIRECTV, the National Environmental Education Foundation and Digital Promise. 

To learn more about the competition or to enter, please visit: http://www.samsung.com/solve.

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