United We Learn: All Means All Contest
Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) celebrates its diversity while being committed to ensuring that every student has access to the opportunities and resources needed to be successful in their futures. Superintendent of Schools Jack Smith has stated that “we will celebrate diversity and a commitment to equity making sure that All Means All when it comes to equity and excellence in learning, progress, achievement and opportunity.”
Montgomery County Public Schools is launching the second year of its student contest, United We Learn. Through visual art and creative writing, this year’s contest, United We Learn: All Means All, challenges students to think critically about what equity means and how attitudes, traditions, systemic practices and and/or legal matters impede or support the concept that “All Means All.” This contest is directly aligned with the district’s core values of Learning, Respect, Relationships, Equity and Excellence.
See the full contest rules here