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Global Impact Challenge school template

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  • 1. Draft Parent letter from schoolHelp Apps for Good win the Google Global Impact Challenge! Please voteAmazing news – Apps for Good, the technology education programme running in our school, hasbeen shortlisted as a finalist in the Global Impact Challenge 2013 – a global awards initiative run byGoogle for organisations that are using the powers of technology and innovation to make the worlda better place.We encourage everyone in our school community to help Apps for Good in 2 easy steps:1) Vote for Apps for Good now: g.co/impactchallenge/appsforgood (deadline 31stMay 2013)2) Share this link with everyone who is passionate about more inspiring tech education so ourstudents can transform the tech industry - and the world.For example share this on Twitter:We just did it! Vote for @AppsforGoodCDI in Google’s Global Impact Challenge 2013. Pls RT!g.co/impactchallenge/appsforgoodLet’s make sure we help win this incredible award!What is Apps for Good?Apps for Good is a technology education initiative that enables young people from 11 to 18 years oldto develop their digital skills and knowledge, and create exciting new apps for mobile phones, tabletsand social media platforms. By September 2013 more than 20,000 students in the UK will be part ofthe Apps for Good movement.Backed by leading companies in the high-tech industry, the Apps for Good movement unlocks theconfidence and talent of young people through creative learning programmes, in which students usenew technologies to design products that can make a significant difference to their world.More information at www.appsforgood.org