FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Creative and leading-edge ideas that engage and motivate students will be shared with Broward County Public Schools teachers at Broward Education Foundation’s 23rd Annual Innovative Teacher IDEA EXPO on Saturday, February 8. Presented by Broward Teacher’s Union, the event begins at 8 a.m. at Nova Southeastern University in the Rick Case Arena at the Don Taft University Center, 3301 College Avenue in Davie. Individual tickets are $50. Teachers will have the opportunity to learn about and experience first-hand more than 50 original projects from local teachers that are funded by Broward Education Foundation grants.
For more information and to buy tickets, call 754-321-2030 or visit www.browardeducationfoundation.org.
About Broward Education Foundation: The nonprofit Broward Education Foundation aligns with Broward County Public Schools by providing grants for teachers who develop innovative curriculum that increases student outcomes; vitally needed school supplies for students and teachers in Title I schools; scholarships for qualified high school seniors; and support for programs and initiatives like Debate, Scholastic Chess, TurnAround Arts, STEM and more. Each year, Broward Education Foundation contributes more than $3 million to Broward County schools, serving as the catalyst for educational excellence.
Most recently responding to the Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, Broward Education Foundation initiated a GoFundMe, established the official Stoneman Douglas Victims’ Fund and raised $10.5M for victims’ families, survivors and those impacted. Broward Education Foundation was awarded the 2018 President’s Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Fort Lauderdale/Broward Chapter for these fundraising efforts.
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