This campaign is all about celebrating and honoring those who work relentlessly to further the education of young children.
Lewisville, NC (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
Kaplan Early Learning Company recently announced the launch of Kaplan Classroom Heroes, a national campaign designed to showcase teachers and education professionals who go above and beyond the call of duty to positively impact the lives and learning of young children.
Beginning May 5, 2014, individuals across the United States will be invited to nominate a childcare professional, teacher or educator they believe epitomizes what it means to be a classroom hero.
The nomination period will last three months (May 5 - August 5, 2014).
Kaplan Early Learning Company will then select three of the submitted nominees to receive a $500 Kaplan Gift Card to assist them in their efforts to continue to educate and inspire the children in their care. The three chosen educators will also be featured in a national marketing campaign.
“Nothing can replace the passion and enthusiasm of an exceptional educator,” says Matthew Marceron, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Kaplan Early Learning Company. “Whether it’s a teacher, principal, or dedicated tutor, this campaign is all about celebrating and honoring those who work relentlessly to further the education of young children.”
The Kaplan Classroom Heroes selection committee will review and assess submitted nominations that meet the following requirements:
- The individual nominated must be employed or presently working to impact the lives and learning of young children.
- The individual nominated must have a compelling reason to be named a Kaplan Classroom Hero.
- The individual nominated must reside in the United States.
About Kaplan Early Learning Company
Kaplan Early Learning Company is based in Lewisville, North Carolina. Kaplan Early Learning Company provides products and services that enhance children’s learning. Since 1968, the company has delivered innovative products and services that support educators and caregivers worldwide in the creation of quality learning environments.