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Thursday, February 23, 2017

The Top 10 Finalists for the Global Teacher Prize 2017

I am delighted to announce the final shortlist for the Global Teacher Prize 2017.

After months of deliberations we have chosen ten Finalists from the 20,000 applications and nominations we received from 178 countries. You can find full details of the Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalists here.

One of our ten remarkable teachers will win our annual $US 1 million award given to recognise a truly exceptional teacher.
All of the teachers in our final shortlist have taken their work far beyond what is generally expected of a teacher. In the classroom they have inspired and enlightened their pupils, but their innovative and original approaches to education have ensured the impact of their work has touched communities beyond their schools, both locally and globally.

The winner of the prize will be announced at the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai on Sunday 19 March 2017.

I am looking forward to welcoming all the Finalists to the awards ceremony in Dubai and to celebrating the critically important work being done by millions of teachers in every corner of the world. 


With best regards,


Vikas Pota
Chief Executive

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