Do you have a DonorsChoose Project? Let us know

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November 11th, 2010
| - Teachers ask. You choose. Students learn.

We love DonorsChoose. If you are not familiar with the organization – it’s “an online charity that makes it easier for anyone to help students in need”. Through DonorsChoose, public school teachers post project requests ranging anywhere from paint supplies for an art class to seeds and watering cans for a science experiment.  Individuals can make donations to fund specific projects, directing their donation to the projects that are meaningful to them.

Tomorrow we’ll be making a special announcement about an exciting, possibly embarrassing, but definitely entertaining initiative we are launching in support of DonorsChoose – and we’d like to include any projects underway by Edmodo teachers in the announcement.

If you currently have a Donor’s Choose project that you’d like us to help you promote – please let us know.   Send an email to and we’ll help you get the word out.

Stay tuned tomorrow afternoon for another announcement about our new initiative!

2 responses to “Do you have a DonorsChoose Project? Let us know”

  1. Lovelycacho says:

    hi everyone!

  2. Joe Sims says:

    I am an English teacher at a high school in Northern California. I am currently teaching my first year of my senior English selective class: Parallel Dimensions: A Literary Study of SciFi and Fantasy. I created this class to engage my students in deep thought by making them love what they read for class. Unfortunately, our school library has a very limited selection for these two genres and to keep the class going I need to purchase copies of the texts that I teach for our school library. Last year, I was able to get copies of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods for all of my students to read, this year I’d like to do the same with The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell. If you have read either of these titles, you know that these texts are complex and inspire deep conversations and writing prompts for my students. They also make it fun to read. Please consider promoting my project at to keep my class thriving:

    Thank you!

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