From July 28-31, 2016, over 200 people gathered in Puebla, Mexico, for Global Innovation MX.
On April 27, Teach For All participated in a panel at the seventh International Finance Corporation’s Global Private Education Conference in Hong Kong.
During October’s IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings in Lima, Peru, Teach For All hosted a panel at the Civil Society Policy Forum highlighting the critical role leadership development must play in improving the quality of education around the world.
Over the last decade and a half, Poland has seen dramatic gains in educational outcomes, as a result of a series of reforms that transformed the nation’s education system. In May 2015, Teach For All CEOs and staff representing 18 countries came together at the European System Change Conference in Warsaw to learn from the Polish education experts who shepherded their country through this significant turnaround.
On May 5, Teach For All was invited to present the network’s innovative approach to attracting diverse and talented graduates and professionals into teaching and developing them into life-long leaders for educational opportunity at the EU Meeting of the Directors General of Schools in Riga, Latvia.
In celebration of Global Action Week, we’re excited to announce that Teach For All has joined the international education community in promoting a petition launched by our colleagues at A World At School that calls on
Teach For All network partners share the longterm goal of developing leaders who will positively impact their countries’ classrooms, schools, and, ultimately, education systems. To inform this work, we look to the world’s highest performing systems to understand what drives their success.
“When PEMs (Profesionales de Enseña por México) go to their communities, they need to understand the context—the strengths, and the areas of opportunity—and achieve an impact in the areas where it is most needed.”