Due Date: December 18, 2022 (11:59pm Pacific Time)
Participants respond to questions in a brief form describing the concept for their tool or technology, indicating their award level, and introducing their team. The total length of responses is approximately 2 pages.
Tools and technologies that would be eligible for the competition could include an app or platform, software, algorithm, or other similar technology.
We are interested in tools and technologies that enhance learning, collect and generate data that supports learning science research and continuous product improvement, and can be scaled. This is core to the learning engineering objectives of the competition.
Due Date: February 24, 2023 (11:59pm Pacific Time)
Participants develop a 3,000 word proposal and budget detailing their tool or technology, its potential for impact and scale, adherence to requirements, and support of education research.
Participants must provide proof of U.S. citizenship or permanent residence status. See the official rules for more details.
Finalists will be notified if they advance by late April 2023.
Eligibility requirements increase as the size of the award increases. Growth and Transform award levels will be subject to greater scrutiny around risk potential, capacity to contribute to learning science or learning engineering research, and capacity to scale.
For more guidance on the award that is best suited for each team, participants can complete the eligibility quiz.