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The Eddies!—one part roast, one part toast—is an Oscar-style celebration of advocacy gains made on behalf of students, recognizing progress, honoring difficult work, and, through a night of hearty laughter, recharging spirits and commitment.

Help decide whose work is recognized by the Network this year by nominating an advocate or organization (because we don't always know what's happening in every statehouse, you can also nominate your organization).  It takes five minutes or less, and past nominees tell us that this peer recognition is incredibly meaningful.

Advocacy work is recognized in five categories. Click here to learn more about the policy advances recognized last year, and here to read through the 2018 Eddies! Q&A.

Below is a list of the categories and who is eligible for nomination. If you want to nominate the work of multiple organizations, please submit one nomination at a time. After completing your first nomination, you will be automatically redirected back to the beginning where you can fill out a second (or third!) nomination.

Most Actionable Research: A resource or tool that was widely applicable to state-level advocacy and was broadly leveraged across the Network to help advocates make a compelling case for policy change.

Best Kept Secret: A big advance in policy (or defense of) that didn’t get big press.

Best Ensemble Cast: A coalition artfully organized to respond to particular opportunities or challenges in their states that contributed to a policy win and is worthy of replication.

Game Changer of the Year: A PIE Network member or partner state advocacy campaign that led to a truly game changing policy change or protected a critical existing policy.

Network MVP: A team member of a PIE Network state-based member organization who has gone above and beyond to support advocates across state lines, OR a team member of a PIE Network national partner who has been exceptionally helpful to state-based advocates above and beyond that of their job description to move an issue forward.
Which PIE Network organization (state advocacy org, charter association, or national partner) would you like to nominate?

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* 1. Which PIE Network organization (state advocacy org, charter association, or national partner) would you like to nominate?

Were any additional PIE Network member organizations involved (including state advocacy orgs, charter associations, or national partners)?

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* 2. Were any additional PIE Network member organizations involved (including state advocacy orgs, charter associations, or national partners)?

What policy was advanced?

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* 3. What policy was advanced?

While the work of this organization or individual may fit in multiple areas, which category would you like to make a nomination for? Please select the best option. You will then be prompted to answer questions specific to this category. We'll ask you if another category also makes sense later. 

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* 4. While the work of this organization or individual may fit in multiple areas, which category would you like to make a nomination for? Please select the best option. You will then be prompted to answer questions specific to this category. We'll ask you if another category also makes sense later. 

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