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Activities,  March 17, 2009

Request for Submissions from Student Filmmakers

"The Teacher Salary Project is inviting all Americans to help build a movement to honor teachers.

We are excited to announce an expansion of our endeavor! We know that students are the true experts about the teachers who have the greatest impact on their lives. In this spirit, we are inviting students to use their creativity and submit first-hand stories about their teachers. All types of submissions are welcome—write a letter telling us about a teacher’s impact and why they should be valued more than they are, put together 'a day in the life' footage, film commercials about a favorite teacher, or do something else that we haven’t even though of.

While we certainly still want home videos from teachers as well, we know that by broadening the scope of the stories and perspectives we receive, we will be able to create an even stronger community-built movement. This movement will tell the true stories of hardworking teachers in order to change the public perception, support, and financial rewards that accompany the invaluable work of teaching. To learn more about submitting stories to us, go to our student submissions web page or email us at"

Posted by wrivenburgh on March 17, 2009 | Activities