Teach For All
Somos parte de una red de 15 organizaciones independientes a lo largo de los 5 continentes en países con contextos distintos pero con un mismo desafío: “brindar educación de excelencia para todos los niños, niñas y jóvenes que no cuentan con una educación de calidad y no tienen acceso si quiera, a soñar o aspirar a ser mejores personas”.
Teach For Argentina
Enseñá por Argentina is planning to place its first cohort of around 40 participants in March 2011.
Teach For Australia
To confront educational disadvantage, Teach For Australia recruits and trains high-quality graduates, placing them in urban and rural schools. Teach For Australia’s first cohort of 45 participants began teaching in schools in 2010.
Ensina! has the ambitious goal of bringing educational inequity in Brazil to an end. The program will start in Rio de Janeiro and grow steadily to other regions. The initial cohort of 40 participants will begin teaching in February 2011 in 12 of Rio’s most under-resourced public schools.
Enseña Chile was established in 2007 when a group of leaders came together to build a movement in Chile to address educational inequity. In March 2009, Enseña Chile piloted its first corps of 29 participants to teach in under resourced schools in the Santiago Metropolitan Region and the Araucanía Region in the South of Chile. Enseña Chile placed its second cohort of 46 teachers in March 2010.
China Education Initiative (CEI)
The China Education Initiative (CEI) is the first alternate-sourcing teacher program in China. In 2009 CEI placed its first cross-cultural cohort of 20 teachers – 10 Chinese and 10 American – in indigent public middle and high schools in Yunnan Province, China. Now in its second year of operations, CEI is ambitiously expanding its corps – recruiting 60 promising young leaders to serve as teachers in understaffed low-income rural schools in Yunnan & Hainan.
In Estonia, Noored Kooli (Youth to School) fields around 20 participants in urban and rural areas across the country. The first cohort completed their two year commitment in June 2009, and the third cohort began teaching in September 2009.
Teach First Deutschland
In Germany, Teach First Deutschland placed its first cohort of around 70 Fellows in complex urban schools in Berlin, Hamburg and North Rhine Westphalia in September 2009.
Teach For India
In June of 2009, Teach For India’s inaugural class of more than 80 fellows started teaching in municipal and low-income private schools across Mumbai and Pune. Since its inception, Teach For India has been able to secure significant start-up capital, enter into partnerships with a number of influential supporters from a diverse range of stakeholders from both India and abroad, as well as recruit and select exceptional young leaders to commit their time and energy to addressing educational inequity. In the coming years, Teach For India hopes to expand its program to reach additional cities and their surrounding rural districts.
Teach First Israel
Teach First Israel aims to address educational inequality and the shortage of quality teachers in Israel by placing up to 100 top university students as teachers in targeted schools. Teach First Israel began training its first cohort of teachers in July 2010. These teachers will be placed in schools in September.
In Latvia, Iespējamā Misija (Mission Possible) placed their first participants in schools nationwide in September 2008. The second cohort of 14 participants began teaching in September 2009.
Teach For Lebanon addresses educational inequity by placing top university graduates in areas with teacher shortages. The first group of 13 fellows began teaching in 2009.
EnseñaPerú fielded its first cohort of 26 participants in March 2010.
In the United Kingdom, Teach First now places 650 participants in five regions each year, and currently has nearly 1,000 alumni serving as Teach First Ambassadors dedicated to addressing educational disadvantage in the long term
Teach For America
In the United States, Teach For America fields 7,000 corps members in 35 urban and rural communities and has 17,000 alumni who continue working for educational excellence and equity.