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The Great American Teach-Off 2012: We Have a Winner!

The Great American Teach-Off Round 2 has come to an end. Find out which inspiring teacher received the $10,000 classroom grant.



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The votes are in and tallied. We’re excited to announce that the GOOD community voted for Daryl Bilandzija, an eighth grade English teacher at Odyssey Charter School in Altadena, California as the winner of The Great American Teach-Off Round 2.

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Winner: Create Original Art Worthy of Your Walls

Check out the bold and bright winner of our visual arts project.


Last month, we asked you to get in touch with your creative side and produce a work of art to hang in your home. You convinced us there is no need to pay for mass-produced art when you've got your own two hands and bit of imagination. You collaged Post-Its, displayed an arrangement of empty frames, spray-painted drop-cloth, and found loads of inventive ways to trim your walls and express yourselves.

Our winner is Daniel Ruiz, whose bold lines and bright colors reminded us of Keith Haring and made us smile. Ruiz will receive a GOOD t-shirt and a year's subscription to the magazine. Keep up the creativity, GOOD readers—you guys are great!

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Winner: Doodle a 25-Hour Day

Last week we asked you to vote on the submissions to our "25 Hours in a Day" doodle contest. See the winning doodle inside.

Last week we asked you to vote on the submissions to our "25 Hours in a Day" doodle contest. Unlike previous editions of this project, rather than declaring a winner ourselves, we put it up to a vote by the community. Hundreds of votes came in, and the winner was Mr. Kenny Kim.

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