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Back-to-School Changemaking

“Only a week before before sending my own kids back to school, I participated in an Education Teach-In at Politics and Prose Bookstore, which was my opportunity to act as a changemaker, and encourage the enthusiastic audience to become changemakers themselves on behalf of children.” Executive Director Jane Ehrenfeld reflects on her experience at the Teach-In.

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Inspired Teaching at Education Teach In at Politics and Prose

What is the biggest challenge facing our education system today?
At the Education Teach In at Politics and Prose this August, Executive Director Jane Dimyan Ehrenfeld wrestled with this complex and urgent question alongside David Osborne and Dawn Williams, moderated by Valerie Strauss.

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Catalogue for Philanthropy Honors Inspired Teaching

After a careful vetting process, the Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington has selected Center for Inspired Teaching to be part of the Class of 2017-18. Center for Inspired Teaching has undergone an extensive review process, and has met the Catalogue’s high standards. Potential donors can be confident that the nonprofits in the Catalogue are worthy of their support.

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The State of Education: Inspired Teaching’s Remarks at the American News Women’s Club

"When teachers challenge students to figure out information for themselves (whether solving math problems or discerning real news from fake), students become actively engaged in school, their natural curiosity and sense of wonder are sparked, and they are set up for success, not only in school but in their communities and careers." Read more from Founder and President Aleta Margolis' remarks at the American News Women's Club.

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Oct 19 01:40 pm

How can schools promote social justice & student action? Learn more from our ED @janeehrenfeld via @washingtonpost https://t.co/7aZ7y5UPpg

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