High school students, don’t miss this opportunity to win a prize of up to $500!
ABOUT THE CONTEST:
Education and Liberty are themes as American as baseball and apple pie. Yet, much of American literature, and most of American pop culture see the two as antithetical. Some people seem to see school as a barrier to liberty. In the 2010 Lost Tools of Writing Essay Contest, students are asked to consider the relationship between education and liberty. Are they indeed opposites? Or can one fulfill the other? Can a person be free without being educated? Can a person be educated without being free?
You decide. Then persuade us.
FINAL REGISTRATION DATE:
MAY 1, 2010
FINAL SUBMISSION DATE:
MAY 10, 2010
Students, grades 8-12.
ESSAY FORMAT AND REQUIREMENTS:
? Each essay must be between 900 and 1100 words(3-4 pp)
? Each essay should be double spaced
? Per the registration instructions below,
each essay is to be submitted via email.
1ST PLACE: $500
2ND PLACE: $250
3RD PLACE: $100
HOW TO REGISTER :
Send an Email to firstname.lastname@example.org with
your name, address, grade, and phone number included in the body.
HOW TO SUBMIT:
Please attach your essay to an Email and send it to
Email David Kern via email@example.com
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