Improving education in low income neighborhoods of Boston

625 students benefit from quality education

Improving education in low income neighborhoods of Boston Improving education in low income neighborhoods of Boston

Teach for America with the support of Fundacion MAPFRE, has worked on training 10 new teachers for its school in Massachusetts. They will be the future teachers of approximately 625 girls and boys from low income neighborhoods of Boston.

The organization offers the future teachers class monitoring activities, tutorials, workshops, skills improvement, as well as professional development and community teaching workshops. In addition, it works with the University of Boston so that the teachers can obtain their teaching degree. As the project allows access to a quality education for all the students, it is making a great impact on society.

The objective of TFA is to mobilize the largest number of future leaders of the United States to make the movement for quality education for all grow and strengthen. This is achieved thanks to those who want to be part of the project, who become teachers in low-income communities. TFA offers them training and support.

The Teach for America organization was founded in 1990 and is present in schools throughout the United States. Since then, it has succeeded in creating a community of 53,000 leaders, confirming that education can indeed change lives.