Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest rewards schools for promoting STEM approach to learning
Samsung Corp. is giving away more than $2 million in technology to public schools to promote the community benefits of STEM-focused education. The contest is open to grade 6-12 teachers nationwide. Entrants must answer a few, simple questions about their school and STEM education. One school per state will win a technology kit to produce a video that explains how STEM can be applied to help improve the local community. Additionally, a school from each state will win a technology package worth at least $20,000. Samsung will select five national winners to be honored at an event in Washington, D.C. next spring. Entries will be accepted at www.samsung.com/solve through Oct. 31.