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Urban versus rural students, richer or poorer—Dr. Katie Rizzone explains why she’s out to expose which student athletes face the highest risk of getting hurt.
Teach For America alumni work with the community to help drive unprecedented growth post-Katrina.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about our early admissions deadline for college juniors and co-terming seniors who want to join the corps.
A New Mexico alum sets out to give Navajo students the option she never had.
Teach For America alumni are drawn to Denver by opportunities to collaborate and make a difference.
In an update to our piece on identical twins Abby and Amy Roza (D.C. Region ’99 and L.A. ’99 respectively), Secretary of Education Arne Duncan visited Amy's prison education program Friday to deliver some good news.
Saturday’s session at Teach For America’s 25th Anniversary Summit asked the question, “What will it take to reach One Day?” Seven accomplished speakers in the field of education aimed to answer it.
Steve Zimmer (Los Angeles '92) was elected L.A. school board president last week. We revisit a 2013 conversation Zimmer had with One Day magazine where he emphasized finding some common ground among his constituents.