Washington, DC – September 27, 2022 – The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) has announced its 2022 Everyday Champion Award winners. Joseph Rosen, an administrator from the Cesar Chavez Multicultural Academy in Chicago, IL, and Hannah Olin, an educator from Jefferson County School District in Arvada, CO, were chosen as this year’s everyday champions.
The Everyday Champion Award recognizes those who have gone above and beyond in helping children with learning and attention issues. These everyday champions help to create environments where children are seen, heard, and supported.
Joseph Rosen and Hannah Olin were selected by the following criteria:
Dedication to students with learning disabilities and attention issues and their families
Modeling integrity, fairness, compassion, and resiliency
Advocating for persons with learning disabilities
Provides services to students with learning and attention issues on a direct or leadership level
The award program includes two categories: educators and school administrators. Ten finalists were selected for their achievements with one winner chosen from each category. The winners are granted $5,000 each and will be honored at NCLD’s 45th Anniversary Benefit November 9, 2022.
ABOUT EVERYDAY CHAMPION AWARDS
The Everyday Champion Award recognizes two individuals who have provided exceptional support to students with learning disabilities and attention issues throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) is the leading organization representing the learning disability community. NCLD improves the lives of all people with learning disabilities and attention issues by empowering parents, enabling young adults, transforming schools, and creating policy and advocacy impact. Learn more and read the latest news at www.ncld.org.
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