Time Warner Cable is set to honor 20 classroom projects and the teachers who
develop them with the 14th annual "Time Warner Cable National Teacher
Winners will receive a $1,000 cash award and a crystal apple sculpture at a
gala awards ceremony this spring in Washington, D.C.
The awards recognize outstanding teachers who develop learning experiences
using cable-television programming or technology, encourage the development and
effective use of Cable in the Classroom educational programs and stimulate a
national exchange of innovative ideas and programs among educators.
Up to five awards will be earmarked specifically to recognize projects that
use Road Runner, Time Warner Cable's broadband service, to demonstrate the
benefit of high-speed Internet access in the classroom.
To be eligible to enter projects for consideration in the National Teacher
Awards, teachers must be in a state-accredited public or private school (K-12)
located within a Time Warner Cable service area. Classroom projects should have
taken place between Sept. 1, 2002, and April 18, 2003.
The deadline to enter is April 18.
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