Samsung Taking Submissions for $2 Million "Solve for Tomorrow" Contest

The 12th annual "Solve for Tomorrow" competition offers public school teachers, including librarians, a chance to share $2 million in technology and supplies for STEM programs.

Now through Nov. 8, public school educators, including librarians, can submit problem-based learning activity plans that address critical issues in the community to help students to create real-world change. The contest is open to educators for grades 6-12 who show a use of STEM to tackle local issues that are important nationally. Selected teachers will share $2 million in technology and supplies for their schools.

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