The 'No Right Brain Left Behind' challenge has announced its shortlist of projects that encourage students to become 21st century problem solvers.

No Right Brain Left Behind, the innovation challenge calling on the creative community to formulate ideas that can reinvigorate creativity in U.S. classrooms has announced its shortlist. As part of the call to action, industry teams were invited to address “the creative crisis” by developing projects that encourage students to become 21st century problem solvers.

Eleven ideas were selected for the shortlist and we’re going to take a look at each one.

Let’s Go, conceived by DraftFCB Chicago is a platform that invites children, parents, and teachers to think of success in an entirely new way. Using a research based approach rather than a tactical one, the aim is to create a social movement where support is part of the value system for success. The idea developed by 180 Los Angeles is CloudRoom, a virtual classroom, allowing educators to contribute their technique and coursework to a class in the clouds by extending their curriculum and reach to students nationwide. No Right Brain Left Behind Meets Top Chef is the submission from EnergyBBDO/Proximity Chicago. The team presents a reality show concept that engages both contestants and the entire country by bringing lessons back to every classroom with television as the awareness driver.

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