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Extreme Classroom Tech Makeover Grant

classroom makeover grant
Written by Lori Gracey

This classroom makeover grant from Acer will provide powerful laptops for all of your students and help keep them engaged and learning.

Acer is offering K-12 schools across the country a chance to transform a classroom with the gift of technology. One lucky educator will receive a set of Switch Alpha 12 laptops with Windows 10—a powerful tool for students in the classroom and beyond. The approximate retail value of this classroom makeover grant is $20,970.

Acer has partnered with education influencer and #EdChat founder Steven Anderson (@Web20classroom) to get the word out about this amazing makeover. Steven, along with a panel of industry experts, will help decide the winner.

The Purpose of the Grantclassroom makeover grant

What makes your classroom unique? What would a classroom full of devices mean to your school? Acer wants to hear from you! Submit your story through video, images, or text. Tell them what this makeover would mean for your school and how these devices would help your students get excited about learning.

How to Enter

Only one entry per school is allowed. Additional rules and the nomination form can be found here. The deadline for entry is March 31 and the winner will be announced by April 30. Get your entry submitted today!

 

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Lori Gracey

Lori Gracey has 28 years of experience in education, with 22 years as a curriculum and technology director. She currently serves as the executive director of the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) and is responsible for training technology directors, administrators, curriculum supervisors, and teachers across the country. During her nine years in this position, she has led TCEA in membership and revenue growth, helped to pay off their building and purchase a new, larger building, and implemented new conferences, partnerships with other associations, and professional development opportunities for members and non-members. She serves more than 17,000 members and oversees a staff of 21. Lori is also on the board of the Texas Society of Association Executives and SXSWedu and recently served as the Regional Program Chair for the ISTE 2017 Convention in San Antonio.

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