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Design Your Own Exact Path Contest + Enter to Win $500!

Design Your Own Exact Path Contest + Enter to Win $500!

The 2nd annual “Design Your Own Exact Path Fall Contest” is on! This school year, every educator is looking to keep students learning and minimize their risk of falling behind. Keep your learners excited and engaged wherever class is in session this fall—whether that's at school, at home in quarantine, or in and out of both—by designing a contest using our step-by-step toolkit!

Now through December 31st, tell us about your fall contest plans for the chance to win one of THREE $500 Target gift cards for your school. Three lucky educators, one from each grade band—elementary, middle, and high school—will be selected at random. To enter, complete the short survey found in our guide.

No matter what your classroom looks like this year, our Exact Path contest toolkit makes it easy for you to boost student engagement, grow learning outcomes, and spread the word in six steps.

Inside, you’ll find:

  • Fun incentive ideas, best practices, and inspiring stories from fellow educators
  • Tips for determining your contest’s audience and timeline
  • Success measures and video tutorials helping you create your contest and pull progress data
  • Resources for spreading the word like printable flyer templates and designs
  • Tools for motivating success in the form of printable, customizable trackers
  • Easy ways to recognize top performers with printable, editable certificates
  • Official rules and FAQs to help your contest go smoothly

Don’t forget to share your plans with us and enter the giveaway by filling out the survey! Increase your chances of winning by posting about your contest plans on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Just tag @edmentum and use #ExactPathContest for additional entries.

Not sure whether you’d like to create an Exact Path contest this semester? Consider our third-party research. According to Century Analytics studies in mathreading, and language arts, students who complete Exact Path lessons—even at a minimum of 8 lessons between diagnostics—make statistically significant gains in achievement.

We can't wait to see what you come up with this fall. Get started on your Exact Path contest today!