This award is bestowed on educators who have demonstrated outstanding achievement as an educator of students with ADHD. It recognizes and rewards the special skills and excellence of educators throughout the United States.
The purpose of this award is to give recognition to general or special educators of students with ADHD. The nominee should exemplify the highest standards of their profession and who, through their influence past and present on the lives of young people with ADHD, have made significant contributions to their school and/or communities. The recipient of this award will be recognized in the following ways:
The CHADD Educator of the Year Award is open to all U.S. teaching or administrative personnel who substantially meet the criteria listed below. (Please note that an educator may receive this award only once.)
Criteria include, but are not limited to the following:
Procedure for Nominating an Individual for the CHADD Educator of the Year Award
Monday, June 30 – Nominations are due at: CHADD, Conference Department, 4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 300, Lanham, MD 20706, ATTN: Educator of the Year. Early submissions will be appreciated by the Awards Committee. Nominations must be submitted and postmarked by Monday, June 30.
The Awards Committee will announce the award recipient by August 1.