Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize honors outstanding educators
| Mar 01, 2011
The Harold W. McGraw, Jr. Prize honors those who excel in their advancement of education and who make a difference in the world with their achievements. Individuals can be nominated by submitting an entry to the judging board. Judges choose winners from the pool of nominees, and the winners are awarded a $25,000 prize as well as a trophy. The award covers three categories: elementary, secondary, and post-secondary.
The selection procsess for the Prize for 2011 involves analysis of educators’ use and propagation of technological tools in educational contexts, with emphasis on their use to ensure career-readiness and promoting well-roundedness of students. For details, click here. The entry deadline is March 18.