Design for Change School Contest

Design for Change School Contest
http://wkcd.c.topica.com/maaod1wabZ4VCbMJv6he/

The Design for Change School Contest asks students worldwide to
design solutions for problems they encounter in their lives,
schools, or neighborhoods; carry out these solutions in a week; and
document their work for the world to see. The project is the
brainchild of Indian educator and designer Kiran Bir Sethi. Last
year, more than 30,000 schools and 100,000 students in India
participated. This year, the contest is catching fire across the
globe. Entries are due October 2, Ghandi’s birthday.

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About boadams1

Learner. Husband. Dad. Chief Learning and Innovation Officer at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Atlanta, GA. Have worked in transformation design, educational innovation, and school leadership for 20+ years.

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