Teach For Vietnam Joins the Teach For All Network (Press release)
Teach For All is a global network of 45 independent, locally led and governed partner organizations and a global organization that works to accelerate the progress of the network. Each network partner recruits and develops promising future leaders to teach in their nations’ high-need schools and communities and, with this foundation, to work with others, inside and outside of education, to ensure all children are able to fulfill their potential. Teach For All’s global organization works to increase the network’s impact by providing partners with direct support, facilitating connections among them, accessing global resources, and fostering the leadership development of partner staff, participants, and alumni.
Teach For Vietnam announced that it has joined Teach For All, becoming the global network’s 44th partner. As an independent nonprofit organization, Teach For Vietnam’s mission is to recruit and develop the country’s most promising graduates to commit to teach for a minimum of two years in high-need schools, and become future leaders working, both inside and outside of the classroom, to ensure all children are able to fulfill their potential and attain an excellent education by 2050.
Read more here: http://teachforall.org/en/news/welcome-teach-vietnam
Press release here
Teach For All and ASEAN
On May 23, Teach For All took part in the ninth Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Education Ministers Meeting in Malaysia, where the 10 ASEAN Education Ministers endorsed a political agreement to include Teach For All’s approach, and its expansion in the region, in the ASEAN Education Work Plan 2016-202, which seeks to further develop the region’s education sector.
Within the next four years Teach For All will be engaging with the ASEAN Secretariat and its Member States to collaborate on four areas: (1) raising awareness of the role of leadership in education, (2) policy guidelines and support for alternative pathways to teaching, (3) fundraising opportunities, and (4) knowledge and resource exchange.
Develop young leaders from different backgrounds to build a sustainable ecosystem for education.