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In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, you’re receiving your newsletter today. Helsinki-based nonprofit HundrED has selected Pittsburgh as the first North American city to be a HundrED Spotlight site. The HundrED Spotlight on Pittsburgh will identify 10 of the brightest educators and innovators who are doing extraordinary things to help students flourish. The campaign invites regional K-12 innovators to submit their education innovations by March 15, 2019. More details are here:
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