Teach For All Press

Press Inquiries

Miguel Rato (based in London, UK)

Senior Director, Communications and Strategic Initiatives
1 646 410 7678

Francisca Bos (based in London, UK)

Senior Associate, Editorial and Media Relations

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."
June 30, 2016
by Wendy Kopp, Huffington Post
Successfully meeting these objectives will require a robust, mission-driven global ecosystem—one comprised of new partnerships between bilateral and multilateral donors, the philanthropic community, and global organizations. These must be able to catalyze local innovation, strengthen local capacity, and create new pathways for sharing community-level innovations.
June 16, 2016
by Wendy Kopp, Huffington Post
Despite the critical role of leadership in creating and sustaining progress, intentional efforts to develop leadership are not yet high on the agenda of the international development community. If we are to meet our goal to achieve inclusive and equitable education for all by 2030, that must change.
April 11, 2016
by Wendy Kopp, Huffington Post
“Today, there are 1,400 Teach For America alumni here in Houston. Amazingly, fully three quarters of them are still working full-time in education. And nine in ten continue to work in roles that help to improve education or strengthen low-income communities.”
February 08, 2016
by Wendy Kopp, Huffington Post
“Success will require bold, urgent, sustained efforts, mistakes and steps backwards, and a whole lot of learning. I have come to think of this work of ours as the long game.”