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Toyota is deeply committed to supporting the next generation of America’s leaders in mathematics, science, engineering, and environmental science, and we look forward to seeing Inspired Teaching – and the students and teachers they serve – make an even bigger impact in the years ahead.

— Michael Rouse, Vice President of Diversity, Philanthropy & Community Affairs & President of the Toyota USA Foundation.
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May 18 02:30 pm

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March 2013

Inspired School Student Artwork on Display at Phillips Museum

Beginning on March 29 and running through April 28, 2013, an exhibit at the Phillips Collection will showcase artwork created from students at the Inspired Teaching Demonstration School.

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A Parent Perspective on Changemaking

Lesa Cole, a parent at Lake Forest Park, shares her views on sending her son to a Changemaker School.

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Inspired Teaching Presenting at NAAC Conference

The National Association for Alternative Certification (NAAC) is holding its 23rd Annual Conference, March 13-16, in Los Angeles. Inspired Teaching staff members Robyn Sperling and Shannon Kane are presenting a breakout session on March 15, “Changemakers: An Exploration of New Teachers’ Growth and Inspired Practice.”

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After Being a Consultant, I’m Calling it Quits.

I am quitting consulting to pursue a career that will allow me to make the world more fun. Today, I signed my acceptance letter with Center for Inspired Teaching’s residency program.

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The Results of a Changemaker Education

Prospect Sierra’s Alumni Action Awards recognizes the impact student alumni have on social challenges.

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