5 reasons to nominate someone else for the TED Prize

Originally posted on TED Blog:

Sugata Mitra won the 2013 TED Prize, and received $1 million to build a School in the Cloud. Could you nominate the 2014 Prize winner? Photo: James Duncan Davidson

Sugata Mitra won the 2013 TED Prize, and received $1 million to build a School in the Cloud. Could you nominate the 2014 Prize winner? Photo: James Duncan Davidson

With less than a week to go until nominations for the 2014 TED Prize close on June 16, we would like to ask you a question: Is there someone in your life who’s inspired you with a large-scale vision to change the world? To put it another way: Do you know a capable leader – perhaps a teacher, mentor or colleague you’ve worked with — who would do great things with a $1 million?

We bet that there is, but in case you aren’t convinced — here are five reasons to nominate someone you know for the 2014 TED Prize.

  1. Because they just might win! Perhaps it’s an obvious thing to point out, but how proud would you feel if someone…

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