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The work that Center for Inspired Teaching does is so important. I have seen the educators in action and felt the positive energy they bring to their classrooms. To raise the bar on quality, we need engaged, highly educated teachers who, like those selected for Inspired Teaching’s program, want to make a difference in a child’s life.

— Stacey L. Collins, Manager of Client and Community Relations, PNC
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Dec 12 04:25 pm

We're happy to share that Ms. Fogarty Ford was honored as a #favoriteteacher through a donation made in her name! D… https://t.co/pXrhjpwArg

August 2016

Inspired Teaching to pilot new, online challenge

In line with Inspired Teaching's vision of changing school from a place that prizes compliance to a place that promotes engagement, Inspired Teaching is piloting the online Instigator of Thought Challenge.

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Making Room for the Unexpected

"Favoring engagement over compliance and teaching with some openness can lead to the unexpected. Many teachers have been trained to believe that the opposite of total control by the teacher is utter chaos for students. With the right supports, though, the opposite of total teacher control should be shared ownership of the classroom." Read more from Jane Ehrenfeld, Inspired Teaching's Executive Director.

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