wendy kopp

I believe Trump has an educational vision. I really do. Given that Trump is now the presumptive Republican nominee, it behooves us to look beyond his unpredictable and contradictory policy missives.
On Saturday, February 6, Teach For America founder and current CEO of Teach For All, Wendy Kopp, spoke to more than 15,000 Teach For America alumni, corps members, staff, and supporters at TFA's 25th Anniversary Summit in Washington, DC.
Fewer young people are looking to join the organization's ranks.
What did Disney spend his time doing while growing up? Well, working -- but also drawing, from an early age. He was pretty young when he sold his first drawing (of a neighbor's horse). Disney launched several unsuccessful animation companies before coming up with Mickey Mouse in 1928.
What if, upon graduating from college, grad school, or even high school, you had the opportunity to sit down with thirty of the world's most fascinating and accomplished leaders and have an intimate talk?
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Join a World of Learners on May 15 and 16: http://2015.oppifestival.com/line-up/ @OppiFestival It now matters more how young
I talked with world leaders from India, England, Finland and Europe about their goals to improve education. Each had a distinct project and clear opinions about what was the most important facet of education to focus on.
It's my pleasure to invite Shaheen Mistri to The Global Search for Education today to tell us more about Teach for India's good work.
In order for us to one day achieve the vision of providing all children with excellent education, Teach For All and other social impact alliances must increasingly come together to improve the breadth and depth of work being done.