Stage 5: Students as World Changers

Big Questions, Big Solutions

How do we empower students to handle complexity -- and change the world? This question has always been at the heart of our work. And we continue to develop and refine resources that show us the way. In the craziness of the last week (I did three days of trainings in Australia, then a workshop… Continue reading Big Questions, Big Solutions

Ed2S Fellows

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 -- students are challenged not only to learn U.S. history, but to… Continue reading Two Fronts in the Fight for Social Justice

Our Vision

Ed2Save in 15 Words or Less

Okay, okay, maybe not exactly 15 words or less. But today I'm challenging myself to convey the mission, vision, spirit, and uniqueness of Ed to Save the World in the context of other movements in education using as few words as possible. Today, take a moment to think about how you might convey your own… Continue reading Ed2Save in 15 Words or Less

Stage 1: Adult Learning and Leadership, Stage 5: Students as World Changers

Trending: Girl Scouts of the Future

At Ed to Save the World we're keeping tabs on the increasingly important role of informal education spaces - spaces outside of school that serve to develop students' knowledge, skills, passions, and attitudes. While schools are struggling to keep up with the demands of the 21st century, it's exciting to see so many non-school organizations… Continue reading Trending: Girl Scouts of the Future