"MINIMUM WAGE" VIDEO CONTEST
WIN A TRIP TO NEW YORK CITY BY ENTERING OUR CONTEST!
Teachers, help your students earn great prizes by entering them in Stossel in the Classroom's annual video contest, for students aged 14-23! We have prizes for teachers, too! The teachers submitting winning videos also win the trip to New York!
Teachers may submit an unlimited number of student videos on our website between now and the February 25th deadline. Simply have your students view the segment on this page, and create a 1-3 minute video to submit to our contest.
Students who are at least 18 years old may submit their own videos.
Minimum wage laws are meant to help workers by raising wages and preventing companies from exploiting employees. Do the laws succeed? Watch SITC’s video on the minimum wage, consult other sources, and create a 1-3 minute video, arguing for or against minimum wage laws and proposals to raise the minimum wage. What are the unintended consequences to a minimum wage? How do these laws affect workers and businesses? Do these laws actually help poor people?
See complete rules and submission information for more details.
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