The final day of the 2016 Teach For All Global Conference began with the event’s annual “Network Breakthroughs” session, featuring innovations that were successfully pioneered by network partners this year.
In August 2016, Teach First Israel alumni and participants visited New York City for a three-day learning trip focused on professional development in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Each morning, the group attended formal professional development sessions focused on STEM lesson planning at the Relay Graduate School of Education.
In the communities where their teachers and alumni work, Teach For All partners across the network are collaborating with families, schools, local leaders, policy makers and others to expand educational opportunity in meaningful, sustainable ways.
The following is an excerpt from an article written by Teach First Israel profiling two Teach For All network leaders—sisters Georgie and Keren Davis.
Teach For All network partners on two continents celebrated their five-year anniversaries in recent months, Enseñá por Argentina in May and Teach First Israel in March. Both organizations took the opportunity to recognize this significant milestone in their journeys by reflecting on the progress they’ve made over the last five years and setting goals to accomplish in the next five.