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She and the participants of Teach For America truly exemplify the spirit of restoring quality education to students in our schools.
It is a great read for anyone who wants to make a difference in the world, but is unsure where to start or needs reminding that nothing is impossible.
Teach For America is Wendy Kopp's brilliant idea to recruit, train, and place the nation's best college graduates in inner-city teaching positions.
Wendy Kopp inspires us to want more equality for our children. She
motivates us to make positive changes with her tenacity, and
guides us just by example. Excellent!
Great read on Wendy Kopp's journey to reform American education. Amazing that one person's vision continue to impact so many.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth Horton
I was in college when Teach for America began; so nice to know the story so many years later! Good learning experience for anyone thinking along similar lines.Published 12 months ago by Lisa Sink
I am currently reading this book. I am applying for Teach for America in a few weeks and this book is a great resource. Also, this book was in great condition.Published 14 months ago by Kayla Heiney
This is my second Wendy Kopp book to start and finish within a week. Just a few days ago, I wrote a review for Wendy's latest book, A Chance To Make History. Read morePublished on March 5, 2011 by Steve
I just started with TFA and wanted to read more about how the movement began. The organization is almost unrecognizable compared to present day, it really has evolved a lot over... Read morePublished on June 12, 2010 by T. Lovell
This is one of those books that makes you question what you are doing with your life. I recommend that any college student unsure of what they wish to do after their undergraduate... Read morePublished on January 16, 2010 by RCH
This is the story of a dedicated, serious young woman who has done a lot to put education front and center. She gets a lot of credit and deserves it. Read morePublished on July 8, 2008 by David Schweizer
Several years have passed since Wendy Kopp wrote this account of how she established what has since become one of the most effective change agent organizations throughout public... Read morePublished on November 20, 2007 by Robert Morris