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What type of future do you envision for P-12 education?

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Would you like to see your ideas about the future of education shared far beyond your local museum or school? What current P-12 issues are important to you? What works and where are the opportunities for change?


Draft your story today and enter CFM’s Future Fiction Education Challenge before March 14th! YOU could win $1,000 for your submission. 

CFM mapped a route to a brighter future of education in  Building the Future of Education: Museums and the Learning Landscape.  Museum professionals, educators, students, policy advocates, and other partners do remarkable work every day to press for more equitable and impactful learning opportunities for P-12 students. 

We’d love to hear YOUR thoughts about the future of education.

This short video further explains why this topic is important to us and why we want your help. Watch and share it widely with educators, parents, and others who are equally invested in the future of education! #vibrantlearning

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