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Inspired Teacher Scholarships Program Expanded

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Inspiration Software said it's expanding its Inspired Teacher Scholarships for Visual Learning program. The program awards educators for "creatively using visual learning to help their students think and learn" with $1,000 to support professional development or classroom technologies.

In addition to the regular awards, this year the program includes a "Best Overall Visual Learning Project" award for one educator. Eight awards will be given to educators who teach grades 6 through 12 and adult programs for innovative use of Inspiration Software's Inspiration software; another eight will be awarded to teachers in grade K through 5 for innovative use of the company's Kidspiration software; and eight more will go to teachers using InspireData for data visualization applications. The "Best Overall" award will receive $2,000, which includes $500 for the classroom and a $500 personal award for the teacher.

Applications will be available Sept. 25 at the link below.

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