Lights. Camera. Education!
Are you a student filmmaker? Know someone who is? The White House wants to give you a chance to produce a short-film to premiere here at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the first-ever White House Student Film Festival.
The Topic? Technology in Classrooms. There’s a huge power in what technology can do for education – from taking an online course, to collaborating with students from across the country (or the world!). The White House is looking for awesome student filmmakers to show the power of technology in classrooms by producing his/her own short film. The deadline for entry is January 29, 2014. Click here for contest rules.
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