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Thank you for participating in the Forecasting Prototype Tournament for High School Students, co-hosted by The Alliance For Decision Education and Good Judgment. We are excited to learn about forecasting in the classroom for the first time this spring. Each week you will introduce one new forecasting concept with an accompanying question. After learning the concept and researching the question, students will make their forecasts.
The Forecasting Prototype Tournament will run for four weeks. You and your students will be able to engage other teams in the online platform by reading different forecasts and rationales.
We look forward to seeing your students’ forecasts!
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