The Fellowship Countdown!

The Fellowship Countdown!

Good morning!┬áSummer is just around the corner and Julie, Juliet and I are busy preparing for our Innovation Summit, which will kick off the 2015-16 Fellowship this July in Washington, DC. We can’t wait to re-charge and re-inspire ourselves by working with our...
Two Fronts in the Fight for Social Justice

Two Fronts in the Fight for Social Justice

Today we’re excited to share an article by one of our 2014 Ed to Save the World Fellows. Ayo Magwood is a history teacher at an independent school in Washington, DC. Ayo’s classroom is an incredible laboratory of democracy, justice, and critical thinking...

Teachers need to speak up and take action

Today we feature one of our Ed2Save Fellows, Alexandra Fuentes. She just published an Op-ed in the Alexandria Gazette about the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). She went to Capitol Hill to talk with lawmakers and here are her...

Cultivating a Culture of Creativity

Today we feature one of our fabulous Ed2Save Fellows, Ariam Mogos. She is on her way to Kenya to develop an innovation lab where young people test out their solutions to local challenges. During our recent collaborative, Ariam offered up a challenge many of us face:...
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