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POST A PIN ON OUR WORLD MAP Quick Information on Many Topics You will need RealPlayer and QuickTime installed on your computer to watch online videos The Matrix is our server provided by the University of Vermont that serves Debate Central and the various web pages of the University's Speech and Debate Programs. The System Operator is Alfred C. Tuna Snider. The Technical Advisors are Andrew ...
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Home State/Province Contacts State/Province Competitions Contact Envirothon 2001 Award Winners 2002 Competition 2003 Competition Officers Bylaws Rules Goals & Objectives Links Cool Resources Photo Album Prizes History Where Are They Now Forms Welcome to the Canon Envirothon Home Page We are North America's Largest High School Environmental Competition The Mission of the Canon Envirothon is ...
The members of AFA include researchers in argumentation theory, practice and criticism from throughout the world; teachers of public speaking, critical thinking, performance studies, and debate from high schools and colleges; coaches of debate and individual programs at the high school and college level; as well are practioners including lawyers, journalists, and government officials.
SITE INDEX Geographic Bee Explores the World Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The contest is designed to encourage teachers to include geography in their classrooms, spark student interest in the subject, and increase public awareness about geography. Schools with students ...
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The Problem of the Week Contests, containing 5 unique mathematical problems to solve, are designed for children and adults of all ages. Each week thousands of participants from around the globe attempt the mathematical challenges with a Casio calculator being rewarded to one randomly chosen correct problem-solver for each contest.
Home | Research | Forums | Evidence Exchange | Archives | Chat SUBMIT ARCHIVES Admin Args Case Lists Invites Judges Miscellany Results Software Theory TOC Topics Get In The Flow: Site News Mental Health News 2002-03 Topic is Mental Health Resolved: That the United States federal government should substantially increase public health services for mental health care in the United States. Read the ...
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The 2002 Kids Philosophy Slam Topic: Is the Nature of Humankind Good or Evil Learn how to participate in the Kids Philosophy Slam 2003 The Kids Philosophy Slam is a program designed to make philosophy accessible and fun for kids of all ages and abilities, to promote a philosophical dialog between kids and adults, and to promote a greater awareness of philosophy and education in everyday life.
The goal of the contest is to introduce high school students of all ability levels to accessible new topics in mathematics while providing stimulating, challenging problems to stretch the best students in the country.
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The Rice University Mathematics Tournament is an annual competition for high school students.
On February 21, 1998, MIT and Harvard joined forces with Rice University and Washington University in St. Louis to hold one of the largest high school math competitions in the nation. It was hosted at Harvard University, and followed the testing format of the Rice Math Tournament. On February 27, 1999, the contest was held once again, and the third annual HMMT was successfully held on Saturday, February 26, 2000.
Rutgers Academic Challenge: Home Search Academic Challenge Broadcast Partner: FastCounter by bCentral The Rutgers Academic Challenge is an interscholastic statewide competition for New Jersey high school students competing for a state championship. The Rutgers Academic Challenge brings to life the dynamic and interactive ways through which students learn in today's classrooms. - 2001 Highlights ...
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The Science Olympiad is an exciting, hands-on science competition for middle and high school students. More than 30 events cover all the science disciplines, and many require teamwork and cooperation.
Register your team now to participate in the 9th annual New Jersey Science Olympiad to be held on Tuesday, March 20, 2001 at Middlesex County College in Edison, NJ. The State fee is $75 per team of up to 15 students. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited.
Nearly 3, 500 Alabama students explored the world of science through the Science Olympiad program in 2000, up over 30% from 1999. Numbers only escalate each year as more educators around the state learn of this exciting addition to their science curriculums.
Search Committee On Recognizing Excellent Students arshall University's tradition of excellence continues as we enter into the twenty first century by preparing students to interact globally through education. Today's student must be technologically diverse in order to communicate with the world's cultures. The acquisition of these necessary skills begins with the S.C.O.R.E.S. Academic Festival.
National Academic League is an Educational service provided to schools for competition. Quiz questions originate from the question bank. All questions are correlated to national academic standards. National Academic League is an academic sport designed to motivate students.
Information about upcoming competitions, organizational news, contact information.
The Partnership for Academic Competition Excellence (PACE) is a non-profit consortium of college and high school academic teams that specifically organize high school academic tournaments across the country.
A challenging, low-cost academic competition in which teams of students compete - nationally and internationally - without leaving their own schools. The KMO began in 1981 with 72 schools; it now attracts up to 4, 000 schools and 60, 000 participants from the U.S. and several foreign lands.
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The Illinois High School Association is a not-for-profit organization of 755 public and private high schools. Among its other activities, it organizes Scholastic Bowl State Tournament Series.
The Texas Competitive Mathematics home page serves as a clearinghouse of information for students and coaches of UIL and TMSCA competitions in Number Sense, Calculator, Mathematics, Science, and Computer Science. Currently users can get information on upcoming meets, results of past meets, and links to different schools UIL / TMSCA home pages.
Everything you need for you debaters and speechers. Cuttings, previous oratories, past cases, summarized philosophers, topic analysis, and even articles from debate handbooks.
The Alabama Scholastic Competition Association (ASCA) is a non-profit educational corporation dedicated to promoting academic achievement. ASCA sponsors the Alabama Scholastic Challenge in which quiz bowl (a.k.a. Scholars Bowl) teams representing Alabama's high schools and middle schools compete for our championships.
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Science Olympiad is an interscholastic competition designed to increase student interest and enthusiasm in science and improve the quality of science ecuation. The Science Olympiad tournaments consist of 20-25 individual and team events which students prepare for during the school year.
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The Northside High School Quiz Bowl page has been temporarily taken down (as of 11/2/2001) for seriously needed renovations and updates. Expect a reconstructed, redesigned, more user-friendly page (i.e. one NOT written by hand, as it has been since original launch.) The webmaster would like to thank all viewers, participants, and critics for their patronage, patience, and support. If you would ...
Information about the B-Division tournaments Minnesota team participates in.
Home of the Baltimore Champion It's Academic Team. Columbia, Maryland.
Homepage of the thomas walker high school academic team. contains stats, history, player info, schedyle, and team hall of fame. also lists info on championship teams ...
Learn more about the Garland High School Academic Decathlon team and air your views about the program. See neat pics.
Welcome to the home of the Oklahoma Association for Academic Competition, Inc. OAAC organizes, promotes, and sponsors various forms of academic competition for students in public and private schools for all grade levels K-12 in Oklahoma.
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The Mathematical, Computing and Information Sciences Department of Jacksonville State University is proud to direct the Alabama Statewide Mathematics Contest, which is sponsored by the Alabama Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ACTM) and the Alabama Association of College Teachers of Mathematics (AACTM).