Canadian teacher awarded $1m prize for work to reduce teenage suicide rates within indigenous community | Rachael Pells

This post was originally published on this siteA school teacher working in an indigenous community in the remote Canadian Arctic has been awarded a US$1m (£803,000) global teaching prize for her work helping to reduce teenage suicide rates. Maggie MacDonnell, who teaches at the Ikusik School in Salluit, a remote Inuit village, was commended for her […

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