Aggeliki Pappa, founder of i love dyslexia, was nominated for the 2nd time to be among the 50 finalists for the Global Teacher Prize 2017, according to the establishment’s press release.
Papa’s i love dyslexia (ILD) was established to allow children, adolescents and adults with dyslexia learn English as a foreign language.
The Varkey Foundation, which is in charge of the Global Teacher Prize for 2017 recently announced the list of the 50 distinguished teachers who were selected out of 20,000 candidates from 179 countries.
Pappa was listed for her accomplishments as the founder of ILD as well as her experience as a researcher of special education.
In a statements following the nomination, Pappas said: “I express the deep emotion and my gratitude for my selection for the 50 best teachers in the world for 2017, for the Global Teacher Prize and the world’s recognition of innovation of i love dyslexia for second time!”
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For more information about the top 50 finalists for the Global Teacher Prize 2017 see: http://www.globalteacherprize.org/2017-finalists/