Inspired Teaching Youth
Young people should be able to learn and achieve at high levels without having to surrender their intellectual curiosity and their passion for learning.
By engaging students as active learners and critical thinkers, Inspired Teaching Youth programs demonstrate best practice for engagement-based pedagogy and reinvent the school experience for students.
Our youth programs are funded in-part by the Learn24 after-school and summer initiative through the office of the Mayor of Washington, DC and United Way.
All Real World History students participated in National History Day in 2018, submitting research papers or exhibits in the citywide competition under the theme Conflict and Compromise. One of our RWH students claimed first place in the individual exhibit category for her project on the DC drug lord Rayful Edmond, and two students placed second and third for their research papers about Karla Galarza and the Attica Prison uprising, respectively. The first- and second-place winners advanced to the national competition in June, where they joined over 3,000 students from the United States, US territories, and international schools in China, Korea, and South Asia.
of Real World History alumni surveyed state that the course prepared them for future college and career success
Real World History students have won awards at National History Day
of Real World History alumni world recommend the course to their peers
Different things we do in class–like having a video chat with authors of books–help us get to know that background of a topic. Mr. Hunt has us talk to kids in the class we don’t usually talk to, so we are better prepared and we know each other.