She won Presidential Innovation Award in 2019 for Environmental Educators
The TIME magazine has revealed its’ first-ever list of Innovative Teachers, highlighting U.S. teachers who are improving their field or making a difference for their students in a unique way.
To compile this list, TIME reviewed hundreds of nominations from across the country—for teachers at public schools, public charters, private, and parochial schools—and selected the teachers who stood out for going above and beyond to improve the learning experience for kids who need it, or solve a problem facing schools today.
After her Presidential Innovation Award in 2019 for Environmental Educators, Rachna Nath continued to persevere in her belief that High School Students are a pool of talent that are unexplored. This time she has begged the Most Innovative Teacher Award. Rachna Nath from Chandler Arizona, teaching at ACP-High School, was featured as one the most innovative teachers of the year for her Innovative Program DRIPBL (Dream Research Innovate Problem/Project Based Learning), where she promotes critical thinking, Problem Solving and research skills to students from 9th to 12th graders.
She also pushes the kids to do patent searches and apply for their first dream companies as early as 9th graders.
She is a Honey Bee Scientist, innovator and entrepreneur that works as an educator for the Chandler Public School District and brings a unique and fresh perspective to teaching high School.