State hosts video contest

March 1, 2011

By Staff

The Washington State Board of Education invites students to create films about the importance of math, science, technology, or Career and Technical Education courses for a video contest.

Each entry should be between five and 10 minutes, and fall into the categories of documentary or creative, fiction or nonfiction. All entries will be placed on the board’s YouTube channel and will be used during meetings and outreach sessions.

The first and second place prizes for each category are a $75 and $25 gift certificate, respectively.

Entries are due May 2. Learn more at

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