As a 2020 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Award Winner, Ms Case will receive a Teaching Fellowship valued at $45,000.
This will include $10,000 for her own professional development and $25,000 to implement a strategic project that drives long-term, measurable benefits for the school.
Later this year, the 2020 Teaching Fellows will also be given the opportunity to travel internationally and tour a high-performing education system.
Now in its fourth year, the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards are run in partnership with national charity Schools Plus and have evolved to be one of Australia’s most prestigious prizes with a focus on educators working in disadvantaged communities.
Nathan Barker, Head of Community Investment at Commonwealth Bank, said, “We are delighted to play a part in identifying and awarding 12 inspirational teachers and school leaders each year who have made a positive and tangible impact on their schools and communities.
“These awards not only honour their incredible work in engaging young minds to learn, but also recognise a dedication to teaching in areas that need it most,” he said.
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