Win Books for Students in Your Favorite Classroom!



Educate Now! is giving students in one New Orleans
public school classroom a shopping spree at the Maple Street Book Shop!

Educate Now! is sending one lucky New Orleans public school classroom (transportation included) to the Maple Street Book Shop where each child will pick out a book of their very own to take home!

Do you want to choose the winning classroom?

Enter Educate Now!’s Share to Win competition, and if you win, you pick the lucky classroom.

To enter, go to and register. Then use the website to share the contest information by email, Facebook or Twitter. The website will generate your own, unique Share to Win link to send to your friends. If you get the most number of people to sign up, you win.  So, share your link and urge your friends and colleagues to register. Be the one to pick the lucky classroom.

For complete contest terms and conditions, click here.

Educate Now! wants you to Share to Win for New Orleans public schools!

In the News: A Clipping Service – March 21, 2011

In this edition of In the News:

  • The Miracle of New Orleans
  • New Orleans Charter School Performance
  • LA Board of Regents’ Report UNO, SUNO and Delgado
  • U.S. Outnumbers Rest of World in High (and Low) Achievers
  • The Focus is on Teachers
  • Detroit: 41 Charters in Six Months?
  • It’s That Time Again

The Miracle of New Orleans

Educate Now! wants to share some good news about New Orleans and its recovery.

The New Orleans Miracle
Site Selection
– March 10, 2011
This positive article on New Orleans, published by an international magazine for expansion planning decision-makers (CEOs, facility planners, corporate real estate executives), talks about the region’s recovery, growth, and tremendous economic potential. Continue reading

In the News: A Clipping Service – March 7, 2011

In this edition of In the News:

  • Sen. Landrieu Calls N.O. Schools a Model for Reform
  • A Childless Recovery
  • Stopgap Bill Cuts Education Spending
  • Charter News
  • Debate on Personnel Practices Continues
  • A Unique Approach to Integration
  • Tools for Success
  • New Orleans News

Sen. Landrieu Calls N.O. Schools a Model for Reform

Sen. Mary Landrieu Calls For N.O. Schools to Serve as Model for National Education Reform
The State Column
– March 7, 2011
According to Senator Mary Landrieu, the transformation of New Orleans public schools following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita should serve as a national model for education reform because we are transforming each and every school to be highly accountable and high-performing. Continue reading