Teach For All Press

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Miguel Rato (based in London, UK)

Senior Director, Communications and Strategic Initiatives
miguel.rato@teachforall.org
1 646 410 7678

Francisca Bos (based in London, UK)

Senior Associate, Editorial and Media Relations
francisca.bos@teachforall.org

January 31, 2017
by Wendy Kopp, CEO and co-founder of Teach For All, and Frank Appel, CEO, Deutsche Post DHL Group, Delivering Tomorrow
To address the educational needs of refugees, local Teach For All partner organizations and Deutsche Post DHL Group are working to provide teaching and financial resources in refugee host countries. Teach For All’s network partners in Lebanon, Germany, Austria, and Sweden are working to adjust their approaches to teacher training and placement to better support refugee students in their classrooms, with some Fellows focusing exclusively on helping new arrivals gain language and life skills.
January 30, 2017
by Jayant Sriram, The Hindu
"The most successful of our teachers are putting their students on a path towards opportunities and outcomes in the course of their two years. Our shared goal is to grow our students as leaders who can shape a better future for themselves and all of us. In this pursuit, our teachers are working to improve students’ skills and academic outcomes, developing dispositions that are crucial to success, like the ability to pursue goals, an awareness of the world, and a sense of agency to improve their own lives and our collective welfare."
December 08, 2016
by Wendy Kopp, Wall Street Journal
PISA enables us to analyze what high-performing and rapidly improving countries have in common. We need to ensure those lessons don’t stay on the pages of the report. We need to support a robust global ecosystem to foster learning and collaboration in education, so knowledge can travel quickly to communities around the world that can use it in service of better outcomes for kids.
December 05, 2016
by Jenny Anderson, Quartz
Teach for All supports educators in more than 40 countries who build “locally-rooted-globally-informed” networks of schools which recruit teachers. After a two-year stint teaching, they often go on to become principals, or education innovators, or local and government leaders in education.
November 28, 2016
by Wendy Kopp, Bright Magazine
My greatest hope is that the current generation of college graduates will respond to the rising tides of isolationism, prejudice and economic distress by working to ensure today’s children can experience the support and education that prepares them to shape a more peaceful and sustainable world.

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