The National Center for Policy Analysis and Debate Central are proud to announce the 2014-2015 Young Patriots Essay Contest! Entrants have the opportunity to compete for $10,000 in scholarship money.

The Young Patriots Essay Contest is designed to challenge high school students to creatively solve problems in the realm of economics and public policy through the art of writing. We assign a controversial topic each year and only THREE winners are chosen out of hundreds of essay submissions. Find the topic and entry instructions below the fold!

 

Young Patriots Essay Contest 2013 2014 winners

Last year’s contest winners receiving their awards in Dallas.

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It’s (almost) resolution day! If the Twitter-verse is to be believed, many of you were anxiously anticipating the publication of the new Public Forum and Lincoln Douglas topics. We were right there with you: [..]

One of the most difficult things to teach is how to predict the topic. Today, we’re teaming up with Sarah Spring, Director of Debate at the University of Houston, to put together your fool-proof guide to assessing the “known unknowns” at the beginning of the season. You can find it below the fold. [..]

Recently, we Tweeted (Follow us: @Debate_Central) a link to one of my very favorite blog posts about summer work. The author, a communications professor at Iowa, is writing for the benefit of graduate students, but he makes some excellent points that apply to debate. You can find the original article here.

I thought we’d do a post modifying this advice and adding some of our own favorites, but first:

Why do debate work in the summer? [..]

Whether your summer camp experience is one of our free workshops (learn more here and here) or a debate camp hosted by a college or university, you want to make sure you get the most out of the experience. How to do that? A few simple steps: [..]

Debate Central is proud to announce the second of our 2013 free debate workshop series! You can find the details below the fold: [..]

Hey, LDers! Debate Central is proud to publish our quick tips analysis of the 2013 NFL Nationals Lincoln-Douglas topic, Resolved: Oppressive government is more desirable than no governmentYou can find it below the fold! [..]

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