(Ainzón, Zaragoza, 1972) He studied English Philology and Foreign Language Teaching at Zaragoza University. He was on the panel of judges for the Princess of Asturias award, in the Communication and Humanities category, in May 2017. He took part in the World Congress on Children’s Rights, held on the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. For his many projects linked to children’s participation he received the Teacher of Honour award from the Plataforma de la Escuela Pública organization, the Crearte Award from the Ministry of Culture twice for his work stimulating creativity, as well as the José de Calasanz Cross, the highest distinction in Aragonese education. He also received an Honourable Mention at the International Children’s Film Festival of India for the mute film The Importance of Being an Applewhite which he made to bring together two families who were not on speaking terms. His El Cuarto Hocico project was given an award by Jane Goodall, a Prince of Asturias award-winner and UN Peace Messenger, who considered César Bona to be an outstanding educator. After a 16-year career he was nominated as one of the world’s fifty best teachers by the Global Teacher Prize (2014). Plaza y Janés have published his books La nueva educación (2015) and Las escuelas que cambian el mundo (2016), now textbooks at many universities.