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One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.
One day, all children in this nation will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.

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Kick off a productive school year with these deals and discounts just for teachers, including some exclusively for TFA corps members and alumni.
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From regional cheers to first lesson plans, there are some things you’ll never forget about TFA summer training.
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Led by TFA alumnus Rob Garza as their team coach, these film students are creating prize-winning work that reflects the world they want to live in.
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Learn how Teach For America's training and development programs will prepare you for the classroom and accelerate your growth as a leader.
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We’re so proud of our 2018 corps members who recently completed institute! We can’t wait to see your impact on the lives of students as you lead classrooms of your own.
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5 Wellness Tips to Thrive During Back To School Season → bit.ly/2Kwmx2O
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While Teach For America alumni and corps members come from diverse backgrounds and experiences, these are the skills, leadership qualities, and beliefs they share:
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“As much as I am energized by my peers, there is nothing in this world like the pure and unbounding inspiration of a young student with a passion and a vision.”- TFA corps member Leah Birhanu
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Lead the way to change. The application to join Teach For America’s 2019 corps is now open → bit.ly/2LWmfHd
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One Day Magazine spoke with TFA alumna Danchi Nguyen, leader of Camelback Montessori College Preparatory, about what it looks like when the Montessori Method is adapted to high school.
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