Foundation / Corporation
The Washington Post
01/27/20 11:59 PM (ET) Receipt of private school nominations and all finalist materials
Award of $7,500 to a Maryland, Virginia, or Washington DC PreK-12 teacher in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for outstanding work within the teaching profession. The award is intended to recognize quality and creative instruction, acknowledge excellence in teaching, and to contribute in a substantive way to the improvement of education.
Teacher Award nominees must be teachers who:
The Washington Post established the Teacher of the Year Award to recognize teachers who exemplify excellence in their profession. The goals of The Washington Post Teacher of the Year Award has always been to recognize excellence in teaching, to encourage creative and quality instruction and to contribute in a substantive way to the improvement of education in the Washington metropolitan area.
GrantWatch ID#: 140335
One (1) finalist will be selected as The Washington Post Teacher of the Year.
The winning finalist will receive a signature trophy, a $7,500 monetary award, a feature spot in a page ad that runs in The Washington Post newspaper, a profile in The Washington Post and on https://www.washingtonpost.com/. All other finalists will receive a certificate of appreciation from The Washington Post.
All winners and finalists should remain under embargo until mid-April 2019.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Nominations should be sent to:
District of Columbia
Public Charter School Board
3333 14th Street NW, Suite 210
Washington, D.C. 20010
Washington Post DropBox:
The Washington Post Community Relations Department
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