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The problem the essay addresses might arise in early childhood education, compulsory education, or post-secondary education, or in the way children are raised in families. The winning essays will be featured on our website.
The essay might, for example, concern any of the following topics: The author/s of the first prize paper will receive $3000 and an invitation to participate as a discussant in one of the Center’s regular workshop-style conferences (invitation includes airfare, accommodation, food). Eligibility: The author or co-authors must be enrolled in a graduate degree program in an accredited college or university, but must not yet have defended their Ph D by June 10, 2019. The essay must not exceed 6500 words (excluding references). Essays may be co-authored as long as both authors are graduate students.
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1st Place – Colten Poppe 2nd Place – Ailey O’Brien 3rd Place – Tian Brooks Congratulations to all of our winners and a huge thank you to all of the students, teachers and schools who participated from Division Three!
1st Place – Caroline Schramka 2nd Place – Nicole Larson 3rd Place – Karyn Wood Congratulations to all of our winners and a huge thank you to all of the students, teachers and schools who participated from Division Four!
The Center for Ethics and Education is pleased to announce an essay contest for graduate students.
We are looking for essays that use philosophical insight and argument to address an important issue in educational policy and/or practice.