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‘Power to Learn’ marks its 10th year

Cablevision’s Power to Learn education initiative is celebrating its 10th anniversary of supporting K−12 education in the tri−state region through technology. In Brooklyn alone, Power to Learn has benefited more than 400 schools and libraries.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Power to Learn, Cablevision has announced “The Power to Learn Optimum Technology Makeover” essay contest. Families are invited to submit an essay of 500 words or less focused on technology’s significant impact on learning, both at home and at school.

Five families in Cablevision’s service area will win the Grand Prize of a complete home technology makeover, which includes 10 prizes to celebrate 10 years, including a 42” HDTV, an Apple MacBook, an iPod touch and much more. All prizes will be personally delivered and installed by Optimum.

Essays will be judged on originality and creativity by a panel of judges. The contest will end May 4.

More information on entering the “The Power to Learn Optimum Technology Makeover” essay contest is available by visiting www.powertolearn.com⁄techmakeover.

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