TheBoston Globe is seeking to cultivate the next generation of journalists. Students in the US, who are 14 to 18 years of age, are invited to participate in the Young Reporters Competition, inspired by Home Before Dark from Apple TV+.
Every year the Youth Free Expression Program (YFEP) invites young filmmakers to create a short film on a contemporary First Amendment issue. This year the topic for the Youth Free Expression Film Contest is BODY LANGUAGE: Uncensored Pride.
The US Department of Education has launched an effort to support summer learning programs, along with groups representing governors, state school chiefs, and local superintendents. The Summer Learning & Enrichment Collaborative will support states and school districts as they develop out-of-school-time programs in the upcoming months.
Quadratec is taking their love for all things environmental and asking educators why they feel they would make a great fit for the Quadratec Energize the Environment grant program. Twice a year, Quadratec offers a grant of $3,500 to an individual or group pursuing a program or initiative designed to benefit the environment.
From Alexander Hamilton to Ida B. Wells, writers and their works have had a huge impact on how people see the world. The American Writers Museum is inviting teachers to submit entries from their students in the museum’s second annual OnWord Student Writing Competition. Students’ work should be based on this prompt: Using writing as a catalyst to create change in the world, would you empower, inspire, or disrupt?