Ed100 Drawing Winners Announced

by Jeff Camp | June 2, 2020 | 0 Comments
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Congratulations, West Covina High School!

It pays to do your homework. Luck helps, too.

Congratulations to the five schools that won prizes in the recent Ed100 drawing! At this point, more than 2,000 schools in California are using Ed100.org to help them develop an informed school community.

If your school was not among the winners this time, don't despair! We will choose five new winners on December 9, 2020. We have reset the drawing box, so you have as good a chance as anyone to win the next drawing. As always, the way to enter the drawing is to sign up at Ed100.org, read lessons and pass the quizzes associated with them. Each quiz you pass is an entry in the next drawing. Your school must have at least two participants to win.

Here are all of the winners of the drawing:

June 2, 2020

School

District

Amount

West Covina High School

West Covina Unified

$1,000

Ralph Emerson Elementary

Burbank Unified

$250

Mountain Avenue Elementary

Glendale Unified

$250

Arnold O. Beckman High

Tustin Unified

$250

Marina High

Monterey Peninsula Unified

$250

As you know (and, ahem, as you might want to share ;-) Ed100.org is a free, self-paced online course that demystifies California's education system one short lesson at a time, in English or in Spanish. Every time that a participant from your school community passes a quiz, they earn a ticket in the next drawing. They also come closer to earning their Ed100 Graduate Certificate.

Ed100 Graduate CertificateA worthy project: Earn your Ed100 Graduate Certificate

The real prize, of course, is developing a well-informed school community. California's education system is complex and changing. It can be understood, if you choose to learn about it on purpose. That's what Ed100 aims to help happen. People who understand the system can navigate it for themselves and play a part in improving it for everyone.

You can progress through the lessons at any speed and in any order you like, but summers are an excellent time for binge-learning — and this year more than ever leaders need to "school up" a bit, right? As you discuss the strategy for re-opening your school safely, consider expanding the scope of your conversations to consider what "normal" means, or perhaps even what it should mean.

At the bottom of each lesson on Ed100 you'll find a discussion guide, which we originally created for the Ed100 Chapter of the Month program. The idea is to help use the lessons in Ed100 to spur deeper thinking and insights. Check out the video summaries on Ed100's YouTube channel.

Welcome, Student Leaders

This summer, a larger portion than usual of the readers of Ed100.org will be students, because we are launching the first-ever Summer Online Academy for California High School Student Leaders. There are student leaders in every one of Califoria's more than 1,300 high schools. Our aim is to include at least one student participant from each. The application deadline has been extended to July 6th. It's free.

Again, congratulations to the winners!

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