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PBLWorks is Taking Nominations
for its 2021 PBL Champion Awards

School, district and individual winners will be announced at the virtual PBL World conference this summer

PBLWorks, the leading provider of professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL), is accepting nominations of schools, districts and individuals for its 2021 PBL Champion Awards. The annual awards program recognizes a school, district and an individual for demonstrating a commitment to Project Based Learning that has had a positive impact on students.

This is the first year PBLWorks has solicited nominations from the public for the award. The winners will be recognized at its PBL World conference which takes place online June 21-24, 2021.

“We started the PBL Champion Awards years ago, because we wanted a way to recognize those who are making a difference with Project Based Learning,” said Bob Lenz, CEO of PBLWorks. “Often, the people who have the best insight about this are those who are actually in these schools and communities where PBL is happening. So this year, in the true spirit of collaboration and learning, we have opened the nomination process to the public. We’re looking forward to hearing your stories as we look to select our next PBL Champions!”

The PBL Champions will have the opportunity to share their story during the keynote sessions at PBL World. They will also receive complimentary registration for a 3-day PBL workshop of their choice during PBL World.

To nominate a school, district or individual for the 2021 PBL Champion Awards, visit pblworks.org/champion-awards and share how your nominee has contributed to the advancement of PBL, how their work has advanced racial equity, and the impact it has had on students. Recipients will be selected by May 15, 2021.

The American Consortium for Equity in Education, publisher of the "Equity & Access" journal, celebrates and connects the educators, associations, community partners and industry leaders who are working to solve problems and create a more equitable environment for historically underserved pre K-12 students throughout the United States.

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