Peter Tabichi, a science teacher from rural Kenya, who gives away most of his salary to support poorer pupils, has won the U.S.$1 million worth 2019 Global Teacher Prize.
How Cool Nakuru Teacher Chalked Up U.S.$1 Million Prize
Nation, 26 March 2019
Hardworking, humble, intelligent and kind are some of the words used by colleagues to describe Brother Peter Mokaya Tabichi who won the 2019 Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize… Read more »
This handout picture provided on March 24, 2019 by the Global Education and Skills Forum, an initiative of the Varkey Foundation, shows Kenyan teacher Peter Tabichi (centre) holding up the Global Teacher Prize (GTP) trophy after winning the U.S.$1 million award during an official ceremony in Dubai presented by Australian actor Hugh Jackman (centre-left) and attended by the Dubai Crown Prince Hamdan bin Mohammed Al-Maktoum (centre-right).
Peter Tabichi Crowned World's Best Teacher
Nation, 24 March 2019
A Kenyan science teacher has been crowned the best in the world after winning the 2019 Global Teacher Prize. Read more »
Kenyan Teacher Wins Global Prize
Capital FM, 24 March 2019
Kenyan teacher Peter Tabichi has been named winner of the $1mn (Sh100 million) Global Teacher Prize 2019. Read more »
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