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Doodle 4 Google Competition for K-12 Students

I always enjoy the quirky way Google adapts its logo to tie-in with special holidays and events. Now they're getting school-age kids involved by inviting them to submit doodles around the theme "What I Wish for the World."

Unfortunately the competition has already closed for this year but you can vote for your favorite doodles in each grade level category. (Looks like it's an annual event so perhaps an opportunity to participate next year.)

Nice to see that Google is also giving a technology grant to the school district with the highest point total based on their quality criteria.

Some of the doodles are really quite creative. Be interesting to see which one appears on the google homepage May 21st.
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