Teach With Africa is proud to continue its long collaboration with its South African partners The Global Teacher’s Institute (GTI). GTI is a teacher development network committed to nurturing high-quality teachers through international exchanges and collaborative platforms. GTI’s Fellows are a cohort of South African teachers enrolled in the GTI program. Global Teacher’s Institute continued […]Read more about "GTI Fellows focuses on Social Responsibility Projects"
We are filled with gratitude for your continued support of Teach with Africa. With your help, we are continuing to make a profound impact on education in South Africa: 94% of LEAP township students pass the High School Matriculation Test vs only 28% of non-LEAP students Please watch this short clip of Alum Cedusizi Mthethwa, sharing his gratitude for […]Read more about "Gratitude"
On August 19th, 2021 approximately 26 educators joined a virtual Educators’ Exchange Summit hosted by Teach With Africa and the Global Teachers Institute. Six U.S. partner schools, along with GTI fellows, contributed to robust conversations based on the Social Responsibility Projects anchored by the United Nations Development Programme’s Sustainable Development Goals. Examples of their Social […]Read more about "TWA & GTI Virtual Educator’s Exchange Summit"
Teach with Africa is thrilled to welcome Dr. Fay Hodza to his role as Executive Director for the Global Teachers Institute! Watch this brief video interview with Dr. Fay Hodza, as he tells us what he envisions for our partnership and for South Africa.Read more about "Partner Spotlight: Global Teachers Institute"
As COVID-19 continues to spread, these are challenging times for people around the world. We want to take the time to express gratitude to everyone who helped support our educator exchange experience. Although it was shorter than expected, we are grateful that all of the educators were able to return home safely and in good […]Read more about "2020 Educator Exchange – Expressing Gratitude"
By the time I finally walked through the doors of the LEAP School for Science and Maths in Langa Township in Cape Town last summer, I had been hearing about the school for twelve years. Through my involvement with Teach With Africa, I had learned that the personal, social and economic losses, created by the gross inequities in math and science education enshrined by law under apartheid, are incalculable, even to this day.Read more about "A Visit to the LEAP School in Langa Township"