eInstruction Corp. has announced its second annual Engaging Kids to Learn Grant program that awards 36 Classroom Performance Systems (CPS) to educators worldwide. The award will consist of one CPS that includes 32 interactive wireless response pads for students, CPS Chalkboard software, and content containing thousands of CPS questions from Prentice Hall and Scott Foresman to supplement the subject area of the winner’s expertise. Any educator may apply, whether already a CPS user or just learning about the system. Throughout the year, applications will be assessed and awards will be given on the basis of need, innovation, enthusiasm, thoughtfulness, and methodology. Educators who applied in 2004 can apply again for this year’s awards. Each quarter, eInstruction will choose up to nine applicants for the Engaging Kids Grant: three from elementary schools, three from middle schools, and three from high schools. Applicants should apply only once per year–not every month or quarter.

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