The Brock Prize in Education Innovation is awarded each year to an individual whose innovative idea has made a notable and positive difference in society and educational systems. The Prize is not meant to recognize an exemplary career, meritorious teaching, or service with a primarily local application. The nominee’s idea must involve a significant education innovation with demonstrable and wide-reaching societal impact. The range of these ideas is boundless and could include any field of education.
Nominators should consider and succinctly explain:
- What is the specific idea or innovation?
- How does this idea or innovation impact society in meaningful ways?
- How is that impact explicitly demonstrated
The Brock Prize Laureate is awarded annually and includes $50,000, a vellum certificate, and a sculpture of the legendary Native American, Sequoyah.
Please submit your nominations here.
For questions about the Brock Prize Award or nomination process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
December 5, 2023 – April 1, 2024 (midnight) – Nominations accepted
Fall 2024 – Symposium featuring 2024 Brock Prize in Education Innovation Laureate at The University of Oklahoma