Submit your thoughts and ideas on what 21st Century Readiness means to you, your students and your community.

Your submission could earn you an iPod nano with video or you could be on your way to Washington, D.C. with a free trip for two to attend the National Summit on 21st Century Readiness on October 4 and 5, 2010.

First, tell us with text. It only takes 5 minutes to submit your response to the question, “What does 21st century readiness mean to you and how are you making it a reality for students?” Enter by May 25th June 8th, then rally your colleagues, students and friends to vote for your entry. The ten entries with the most votes will receive the iPod nano with video.*

Then, create your video. The Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) will be inviting all previous applicants—as well as the entire nationwide community of students, educators, parents and school board members—to send a short video that shows their project, idea or thought in action. The person with the winning video entry chosen by our panel of judges will receive a trip for you and a friend to Washington DC to the National Summit on 21st Century Readiness. Travel, hotel and meals for 2 days and 2 nights are included.

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