McGraw-Hill is asking individuals from communities and schools who personify all the ways student achievement can be improved; specifically, ensuring that students have qualified teachers, providing access to strong programs in and out of school, and supporting education from the highest levels of local, state and national government.
An individual will be awarded who has address innovation and education, focusing on the whole child, in the categories of professional development and teacher education, pre-K-, elementary-, and secondary-level education programs, or policy makers.
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