Twitter Party: How to Create Equity in Education

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Are you a K-12 teacher or principal looking for teaching tools, tips, and resources to help create equity in your school or classroom? Do you have classroom inclusion tips that you can share with your fellow educators? Join for our #InclusiveEducators2020 Twitter Party on Sunday, March 8th, 2020 at 7pm – 9pm CT to ask questions about inclusive classrooms, or to give advice on creating equity in education!

Participating educators, who follow @Adopt_Classroom on Twitter, will enter for the chance to win $250 for school supplies on!

$750 Giveaway: #InclusiveEducators2020 Twitter Party

To enter, use our hashtag “#InclusiveEducators2020” during the Twitter Party to ask a question or answer another educator’s question on the topic of classroom inclusion. An inclusive classroom addresses inequity in education on the basis of ability, race, ethnicity, family background, sexual and gender identity, or any personal or social circumstances.

The more you use the hashtag to ask or answer questions, the more chances you’ll have to win!

Building a Community of Inclusive Educators

Creating equity in education starts in the individual classroom. Not every educator knows how to create a classroom environment that’s inclusive for ALL students, but there’s a community of educators who want to help each other continue to learn and succeed!

Through the #InclusiveEducators2020 Twitter party, we hope to connect educators across the country who can help share tips for creating equity in education. Whether you’re an educator who has classroom tips or questions about diverse books, support for LGBTQ students, special education resources, or any other topic that tackles classroom inequity, this Twitter party is for you! Inclusive Classroom Fundraising and Grant Writing Tips

Even if you don’t have a specific question for us or your fellow educators, you can still join the party! Throughout the night, we’ll be posting inclusive classroom fundraising tips that will get you more attention from donors, and help you write a stronger grant application.

Now through March 20, 2020, teachers and principals at K-12 public, private, or charter schools can apply for $1,000 inclusive classroom grants through the Inclusive Classroom Fund, sponsored by LakiKid.

Ask us your Inclusive Classroom grant writing questions during our Twitter party, including “#InclusiveEducators2020,” and staff members will answer your questions. This is a great time to get advice from staff members who will be reviewing Inclusive Classroom grant applications!

Giveaway Rules


Follow on Twitter (@Adopt_Classroom) and ask or answer questions about classroom inclusion resources or tips during our #InclusiveEducators2020 Twitter Party using the hashtag “#InclusiveEducators2020.” Limit five entries per Twitter account.


Participation in the #InclusiveEducators2020 Giveaway constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Official Rules, which are final and binding. Winning a Prize is contingent upon fulfilling all requirements set forth herein.


The Giveaway begins on (3/8/2020) at 7:00 PM CT and ends (3/8/2020) at 9:00 PM CT. Entries received before or after this end time will not be considered.


Participants must be a K-12 teacher or principal at an accredited school and legal resident of one of the fifty United States or the District of Columbia and at least 18 years of age at the time of entry. Participation is subject to all federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited by law.


A random drawing will be conducted on or about 3/9/2020 from all eligible entries received to select three Potential Winners. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received during the Promotion Period. Potential Winners do not need to be present at the time of the Drawing to accept the Prize.

REQUIREMENTS OF THE POTENTIAL WINNERS: will notify Potential Winners by posting on the comments of their Tweet. If a Potential Winner does not respond by emailing [email protected] with their name, email address, and school name and address, within 72 hours of the time the Notification is sent, if a Potential Winner declines to accept the Prize, or if a Potential Winner is disqualified for any reason, will select an alternate Potential Winner based on a random drawing among all remaining eligible entries received. A Potential Winner is not a verified winner until eligibility and compliance with these Official Rules has been confirmed.


We will select three Prize winners which will be awarded one $250 donation to their Classroom Account or School Account. The Prize consists of only the items listed and shall not be responsible for any fees, costs, or taxes arising out of or in connection with Winner’s use of Prize. Prize is non-transferable, and no substitution, assignment, or refund of a prize is permitted, except by, who reserves the right to substitute a prize with another prize of greater or equal value, if a prize is not available for any reason as determined by in its sole discretion. Limit one Prize per person.

SPONSOR: This contest is in no way sponsored or administered by Twitter or LakiKid.