The Discourse Challenge asks educators to try the Discourse Starter Edition from ETS in their classrooms for 30 days, then write a 500-word essay that describes the benefits of Discourse in helping improve teacher productivity and student learning outcomes. ETS will choose five finalists to win a free trip to the 2004 National Educational Computing Conference in New Orleans, a Discourse site license, and training. The company then will choose one winner from among the five finalists during a reception at NECC to receive a Discourse-equipped mobile classroom system and training from HP.

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