The Education to Save the World Fellowship program brings together talented and passionate individuals committed to transforming schools to meet the demands of the 21st century and empowering students to change the world.
We can’t wait to host our Fellows at Ed2S Summit next week at Georgetown Law. We’ll share more about the amazing people they are later this week – first a little bit about what it means to be a Fellow (other than sheer awesomeness).
The goal of the fellowship is to create a community of educators from around the world who can work together to realize a vision of what schools of the future need to be. Fellows will make change by:
- Deepening their own understanding of how and why schools need to transform and develop their own expertise to make that transformation a reality
- Refining the collective understanding of how to transform schools by experimenting with different principles and strategies, reflecting on their impact, and providing feedback to the cohort
- Spreading their knowledge and experience throughout their respective networks and school community
Miss this year’s application? We’ll post again in January 2015 for next year’s cohort.
Categories: Ed2S Fellows