By - 9 Feb 2022
9 Feb 2022
Global Teacher Prize Winner, Keishia Thorpe has called on India's ‘trailblazing' entrepreneurs, nonprofits and research organisations to apply for the 2022 Klaus J. Jacobs ‘Best Practice Prizes’. She stated that these innovators, entrepreneurs deserve recognition.
A US teacher who helped make college education accessible to the low-income, first-generation American, immigrant and refugee students, has said that Indian entrepreneurs, educators and research organisations deserve recognition for their innovative solutions to rebuild education systems during the pandemic.