Global Teacher Prize to Inuit Village Teacher in Canada

Canadian Maggie MacDonnell won this year’s Global Teacher Prize for her work as a teacher in the Inuit village Salluit.

Competing with 20,000 teachers across 179 countries, Canadian Maggie MacDonnell received the award at a ceremony in Dubai on Sunday 21 April, according to Norwegian daily VG.

In her teaching, she emphasizes the importance of hope and good deeds, and she has also created a self-help program aimed in particular at young girls.

– We are proud of you, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said to MacDonnell in a video-recorded message.

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