Liverpool teacher shortlisted for $1m global teacher prize

Liverpool teacher shortlisted for $1m global teacher prize

Liverpool teacher shortlisted for $1m global teacher prize

The Guardian says a UK PE teacher who has pioneered new ways of teaching sports to visually impaired children at a special needs school in Liverpool has been shortlisted for this year’s prestigious global teacher prize.

David Swanston, a teacher at St Vincent’s school, is in the final 10 out of 8,000 nominations and applications for this year’s $1m (£730,000) award, which is intended to showcase the work teachers do preparing young people for their future. It is funded by the Varkey Foundation and endorsed by Unesco.

https://www.theguardian.com/education/2021/oct/14/liverpool-teacher-shortlisted-for-1m-global-teacher-prize


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