Rural Women and HP team up for HP’s rural schools competition

April 22, 2015 10:57 pm

Competition is now closed!

HP’s Rural Schools Competition will see more than $20,000 worth of HP products and support given to five winning schools who are able to impress the judges with the reasons they want to improve teaching and learning through the use of technology.

 

A panel of judges will now review all entries and visit the shortlisted schools to interview the school principals, meet with students and understand more fully the needs of the schools and how HP might be able to help.

 

The lucky winners will be announced in late August and from there HP will work with the successful schools to determine the technology that will best meet their needs.

A team of HP experts will also work with the winning schools to help them make the most of their new technology when it’s delivered.

Prizes:

1st $10,000 worth of HP product and support

2nd $5,000 worth of HP product and support

3rd $2,500 worth of HP product and support

4th & 5th $1,250 worth of HP product and support

Please encourage teachers, parents or friends to enter the competition.

 *Rural as defined by Ministry of Education.

About HP:

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