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June 19, 2017
by Wendy Kopp, Medium
If the international development community can identify effective ways to lay pathways for local actors to access the footholds and support they need to exercise leadership within their communities and countries, a diverse range of local stakeholders can gain the resources, opportunity, and skills to work collaboratively to identify and implement solutions to social and economic challenges that fit their unique contexts.
May 11, 2017
by Wendy Kopp, Medium
When communities come together to develop a vision for children, inevitably it is a holistic vision that requires cultivating skills and traits that go beyond reading and math.
March 27, 2017
by Wendy Kopp and Laura Lewis, International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity
It is our view that education research should dramatically expand its focus to understand whether, how and why leadership at all levels affects outcomes in education. In fact, the presence of leadership might be the single most important element for ensuring that other educational interventions are implemented properly and sustained over time.
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."

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