Prime Minister's Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education

You Now Have Two More Weeks to Nominate an Outstanding Teacher! Awards Worth up to $5,000!

Do you know an outstanding elementary or secondary school teacher? Now is your chance to recognize him/her for a 2014 Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence!

Nominate an outstanding teacher today!

2013 marked the 20th anniversary of the Prime Minister's Awards!

In honour of this milestone, a highlight video has been created to feature memorable moments in the life of the program. We hope you will enjoy it!
– Prime Minister's Awards team

Prime Minister's Awards 20th Anniversary Video

2013 Recipients Announced

21 national-level winners came to Ottawa to take part in events including a private meeting with the Prime Minister, a tour of Parliament Hill, and more. View the full list of winners of the Teaching Excellence Awards and the Excellence in Early Childhood Education Awards.

2013 Recipients Announced

2013 Featured Winners

Shawna Miller-Poitras
Shawna Miller-Poitras
Justin West
Justin West
View the List of Winners

Program Highlights

2014 Excellence in Early Childhood Education Promotional Poster: Nominate an exceptional educator today! Nomination Deadline: April 15, 2014. Awards worth up to $5,000.

Nominate an outstanding educator today! The Prime Minister's Awards for Excellence in Early Childhood Education honour outstanding and innovative early childhood educators who excel at fostering the early development and socialization of the children in their care, and at helping build the foundation children need to make the best possible start in life. The Awards are offered at the regional and national levels and carry cash prizes of $1,000 and $5,000 respectively. Download a nomination package today!

Download and print the 2014 Excellence in Early Childhood Education Promotional Poster (PDF Version, 4.0 MB, 1 page).


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