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Students in Class
Jo Ann Santangelo
October 16, 2016

When diverse kids learn peacekeeping with academic rigor, will they save the world?

By
Leah Fabel
February 12, 2016

These hometown teachers returned to New York, Miami, the Rio Grande Valley, Sacramento, and Philadelphia to work—some at the schools they attended.

By
Keesa McKoy
January 7, 2016

The 1992 alum and recent commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Education recounts the revolutionary notion of “One Day” and asks, "How is the revolution going?"

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Kevin Huffman
October 10, 2016

Two out of three students released from incarceration never return to school. Meet five people fighting to change that.

By
Tim Kennedy

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These 6 articles were commissioned by Teach For America and originally published as an Education Week supplement.

April 20, 2016

From classrooms to communities to capitols, these five profiles show how Teach For America’s network of 50,000 corps members and alumni is leading change for kids.

April 20, 2016

Teach For America alumni are drawn to Denver by opportunities to collaborate and make a difference.

April 20, 2016

In the nation’s capital, Teach For America alumni are shaping education policy and practice at all levels.

April 20, 2016

Teach For America alumni work with the community to help drive unprecedented growth post-Katrina.

April 20, 2016

Teach For America leaders help mobilize a community to narrow the gap in educational expectations in Oakland, California.

April 20, 2016

In the Rio Grande Valley, Teach For America alumni are helping to open students’ eyes to the demands—and rewards—of college.