Archive for: LEAP students

 
 
LEAP student excels through leadership in her community

LEAP student excels through leadership in her community

“A Grade 12 Dieplsoot pupil, Morongwa Ramasobane, is all that a youth should be, she is positive minded, helpful and hard working. This was revealed by Aveng Community Investment Trust, a socio-economic development organisation that supports youths with educational resources and character building. ‘This month, as we commemorate Youth Day and pay tribute to the 1976 […]

 
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 […]

 
Teach with Africa and LEAP in The New York Times

Teach with Africa and LEAP in The New York Times

Teach With Africa in The New York Times The New York Times article “New Schools in South Africa Serve the Underserved,” by Celia W. Dugger, highlights the tremendous success that Teach With Africa and the LEAP Schools are helping to foster. Read the full article.   Yes, that’s us on the front page of The New York Times! […]

 
Notes from the Field: Gone But Not Forgotten

Notes from the Field: Gone But Not Forgotten

Pam Baker, 2010 Teach with Africa Fellow, teaches English at High Tech High International in San Diego, CA. After a summer teaching in South Africa, the 2010 TwA Fellows returned to the US this week. Woke up for the last time in this great little apartment. While I was getting ready, sweet little Kevin came […]

 
Notes from the Field: Science Brought to Life

Notes from the Field: Science Brought to Life

Deb Snyder, 2010 Teach with Africa fellow, has a BS in Global Strategic Management and an MBA from Dominican University of California. After so many days of clear weather, Wednesday dawned gray and foggy. This wasn’t a deterrent to Josh’s science class, though. [Josh Elder, 2010 Teach with Africa fellow, is a teacher at KIPP […]