World Teachers' Day was inaugurated on 5th October 1994 by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) to commemorate the 1966 joint signing of the UNESCO/ILO (International Labour Organisation) Recommendation concerning the status of Teachers.
Celebrated in over 100 countries, World Teachers' Day acknowledges the efforts of teachers in an increasingly complex, multicultural and technological society. It is a day on which students, parents and community members can demonstrate their appreciation for the contributions that teachers have made to their community.
Internationally, World Teachers' Day is celebrated on the first Friday in October. However, as this is usually during the Australian school holidays, CEASA holds the World Teachers Day awards ceremony on the last Friday in October to celebrate the contribution made by South Australians to the education profession.
In addition to recognising and celebrating awards that professional Associations have made during the year to their members, and with sponsorship from Credit Union SA, CEASA presents its own awards to outstanding nominees in the following categories:
To view the CEASA World Teachers Day Award History, please use this link.
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