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The Arthur J. Turner Jr. Scholarship Foundation's Online Writing Contest is for 3rd - 8th grade students. Each month we will provide students with the first line for their 200 word essay. There are no requirements for type of story, setting, or characters. Students are free to be creative in developing their unique story as long as it adheres to all contest . All who enter have a chance to win. Winning entries will be posted on the Arthur J. Turner Jr. Scholarship website.
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Renata Villers is founder and Executive Director of Amigos del Aprendizaje, a leading NGO dedicated to improving the quality of public education in Latin America. ADA seeks to transform the way children learn to read and write, to support their active participation in the knowledge society. To achieve its mission: ADA improves teacher professional development through its online courses serving over 400 teachers a year; promotes creative writing through its sponsorship of a national online writing contest that culminates in the publication of a collection of winning stories as a free iTunes app; and facilitates informed dialogue in Latin America through convening ProLEER (the Professional Learning network for Early Education Reform), that meets annually at Harvard University, to strengthen educational policy and practice across participating countries. Since 2000, Renata is responsible for strategy, collaborations development and fundraising at ADA. She is a member of the advisory committee of the State of Education Program in Costa Rica; on the education committee of Youth for a Developed Costa Rica, and founding member of the Steering Committee that runs ProLEER. Prior to founding ADA, Renata was an international consultant in strategic planning, project management, and collaborations development. She is a graduate of Harvard University, in economics, and holds an MBA from the Columbia Business School. Renata is a resident of Costa Rica since 1991, where she lives with her husband and two daughters. She is a Fellow of the second class of the Central America Leadership Initiative and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.