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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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December 2014

Mom: How I know my anxious daughter’s kindergarten teacher is great

In this piece, originally published in the Washington Post, Inspired Teaching board member Jane Dimyan-Ehrenfeld writes about why great teachers can't be reduced to a simple set of facts on a page.

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Aleta Margolis featured by Brown Women’s Leadership Council

In the Fall 2014 Brown Women's Leadership Council newsletter, Aleta Margolis was featured for her work as a mentor with the Women's Launch Pad program. Aleta and one of her mentees, Deanna Saunders, shared their experiences.

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Real World History students host intergenerational discussion of the Great Migration

Real World History students hosted an event at the Phillips Collection to learn more about the Great Migration from Washingtonians who personally experienced it.

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Building Strong Classrooms with BLISS

Rhonda Humphries, an Assistant Principal at Anacostia High School and an Inspired Teaching BLISS Teacher Leader, shares how BLISS helped her create an engaging and rigorous classroom learning environment for students.

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