Teach For All Press
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.
November 16, 2016
September 22, 2016
by Wendy Kopp and Julia Gillard, TIME Magazine
We see so much potential for eliciting the leadership of tens of thousands of people around the world to dedicate their talents towards building a better future for children—whether it’s from in front of the class or in front of the parliament.
August 23, 2016
by Ara Tadevosyan, Mediamax
"We believe that the path to affecting the systemic changes that need to happen is through cultivating a group of leaders in any given community or country, who understand what you understand, what you’ve taught successfully in a high-need community."