Honor Delawareans Who Ignite Learning

July 3rd, 2012

Category: News

The temperature isn’t the only thing going up in Delaware—so is the number of great stories being shared through iEducate Delaware!

After requests to do so, we’ve extended the nomination deadline to this Friday, July 6 at midnight – yet it’s still just right around the corner. Be sure to remember to visit iEducateDelaware.org to fill out a brief questionnaire to put your education champion in the running to win a $2,000 grant and have his or her story told across Delaware! We’ve been asked several times if people can nominate themselves, and our answer is “of course!” We want to unearth and share as many stories as we can of those who go above and beyond to improve our public schools.

Already submitted your nominations? Check out these other exciting developments:

Tune in to WDEL tomorrow morning (July Fourth!) to listen as EducationWatch reporter Amy Cherry talks to Paul Herdman, our President and CEO, about iEducate Delaware, why our schools need to improve, and what Delaware is doing to make the state’s public education world-class.

Visit our brand new Pinterest page to see images about Delaware public education. You may even see someone you know! Have a great Pin that we should post? Email it to Brittany at BMason@RodelFoundationDE.org with a short description, and we’ll post it on our page.

Spread word about the deadline by using the Twitter hashtag #iEducate and send reminders to your friends to ensure that people who have impacted your life are finalists and honorees!

We will announce the iEducate Delaware finalists later this month. Stay tuned and check back to iEducateDelaware.org for more developments.




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Author:
Brittany Mason

bmason@rodelfoundationde.org

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