Reimagining Education

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Congratulations to our 2019 Ed Talk video contest winners!

Over the year’s the Children’s Education Alliance has sponsored a variety of student literary contests.

These have ranged from an essay contest to a creative poetry contest.

The contests give students a chance to have their voices heard. They also spur students to think about the importance of having access to a high-quality education.

This year CEAM expanded our contest statewide. We asked middle and high school students to submit a video explaining a problem in education and the best way to solve it.

We got some really wonderful responses!

We judged the submissions on their originality and creativity and use of the theme.

This year’s Middle School Ed Talk Winners are…

First Place: Cruz Ruoff and Nate Knight, Marian Hope Academy

Second Place: Mouhamed Mbengue, Academie Lafayette Charter School

Third Place: Karinton Newton, Summit Christian Academy

This year’s High School Ed Talk Winners are…

First Place: Tate Casey, Clayton High School

Second Place: Caleb Haskins & Hope Knight (with, Hannah Chace, Davin O’Herron, Cassi Ramirez, Cade Ruoff, and Carson Ruoff), Marian Hope Academy

Third Place: Dannyelle Seaman, Calvary Lutheran High School

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