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NWP Events & Opportunities

2017 LRNG Innovation Challenge RFP: Spark an Interest, Create a Passion

February 1–March 16, 2017

LRNG Innovators is launching its third challenge, inviting educators to imagine engaging ways to help young people explore their interests, thereby igniting a passion that can lead to college, to a career, or having a positive impact in the community. We seek proposals for programs, curricula, or projects that actively help youth discover interests connecting the spheres of their lives, both in and out of school, and provide potential future opportunities. For example, how do we help a child identify and link a passion for video games to math and science, and later a career as a video game developer? The possibilities are endless. More ›

Partner for Science Learning Design Institute

March 15–18, 2017
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Partner for Science Learning is an institute funded by the National Science Foundation and offered to the network through a collaboration of the National Writing Project and the Association of Science-Technology Centers. This Institute is designed to support educators thinking about how they might work together at the intersections of science and literacy and formal and informal education. More ›

The 2017 Memorial Library Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education in New York City
An Interdisciplinary Inquiry on Teaching the Holocaust

June 17–29, 2017
New York City, New York

Applications are now open for middle school, high school, and college faculty to attend The Holocaust Educators Network's Memorial Library Summer Seminar on Holocaust Education in New York City.Deadline to Apply: March 1, 2017. More ›


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