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In the Rio Grande Valley, Teach For America alumni are helping to open students’ eyes to the demands—and rewards—of college.
As Vice President of Alumni Leadership Development at Teach For America, Naya Bloom is responsible for building, integrating, and systematizing opportunities for over 37,000 Teach For America alumni to maximize their impact, grow and accelerate their personal and professional leadership in the ongoing fight for educational equity.
Tony Byrd entered the education sector as a Teach For America corps member in 1993, and his experience as a bilingual sixth grade teacher in a low-income school in Pasadena, California, prompted him to pursue advanced degrees in education policy and education administration at Stanford University and to dedicate his life to public education.
Teach For America Co-CEOs Matt Kramer and Elisa Villanueva Beard shared their vision for the organization on June 3 at Carr Lane Middle School in St. Louis. Watch video of the event, read the transcript, and our strategy for the road ahead.
Latino corps members talk about the role diversity plays in their work.
Our 25th Anniversary Summit is underway, and as 15,000 alumni have begun to descend on Washington, D.C. to take part in the celebration, we asked several of them for their thoughts on a pair of pressing questions.
Teach For America recognized the exemplary work of 10 educators on Tuesday when the organization announced the 2015 recipients of the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.