Author Archive: Geordie

 
 
Why Teach in South Africa?

Why Teach in South Africa?

Steven Le, 2010 Teach With Africa Fellow, wrote this feature article for South Africa: The Good News about his experience teaching in Cape Town at the LEAP Science & Maths School. The numbers were staggering. Of the 43,953 learners who wrote the National Senior Certificate exams in the Western Cape province in 2008, only 3,801 […]

 
Tennis Event Benefits Teach With Africa

Tennis Event Benefits Teach With Africa

Join the Teach With Africa family for a tennis tournament and silent auction to benefit students and teachers in Africa. Saturday, October 23 4:00–10:00 pm San Francisco Tennis Club This wonderful evening will begin with a round-robin tennis tournament for all levels, including prizes for the division winners. The tournament will be followed by an […]

 
A Mother’s Tribute to Her Daughter’s Dream

A Mother’s Tribute to Her Daughter’s Dream

Mandy Edwards was poised to be great teacher until, at the age of 17, tragedy struck. Mandy’s legacy lives on, with the help of her mother, making it possible for American educators to work on the continent she loved It’s an autumn afternoon in mid-November 2008, the day of a school event at Erskine Academy, […]

 
Golf Event for Teach With Africa

Golf Event for Teach With Africa

Teach With Africa is the proud beneficiary of a South African Golf & Braai Fundraiser in Silicon Valley, CA. Come out and join the TWA family for a round of golf at SAABC’s annual Golf Classic with PGA pro David Frost. SAABC’s 4th annual “SAA Golf Classic” Monday October 11, 2010 Silver Creek Valley Country […]

 
Your Promise, Their Success

Your Promise, Their Success

We’re launching our first-ever, Facebook campaign. It’s called “I Promise, South Africa.” We’re asking you and our thousands of other supporters around the world to make a small, meaningful promise both to our students and Teach with Africa’s mission of improving access to quality education for all. The promise can be anything meaningful to you: to […]