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Looking for Student Voices

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HARTFORD — The Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents and Connecticut Association of Schools want to know how students would transform education.

 The two statewide groups want students in grades six through 12 to work alone or in groups of up to three to create a one to four minute video that highlights their recommendations for transforming education in the state.

 There will be prizes and scholarships awarded to winners in a middle school and high school division. Video submissions are being accepted through April 1, 2013. To learn more and to enter, visit: www.ctstudentvoices.com

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Linda Lambeck

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