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Teach for China, teach for all

Corey Cooper and Ke Wang
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Today, Teach for China CEO Andrea Pasinetti gave an exclusive interview to The program model is grounded in the belief that educational inequity in China must be fought simultaneously in the classroom and through a movement of leaders across sectors.

1. You founded Teach for China in 2007 while you were still attending the Woodrow Wilson School for Public Policy and International Affairs at Princeton University. What inspired you to create the organization? >>>>>

2. Why did you select Yunnan as the initial target location for Teach for China? What were some of the challenges you faced? >>>>

3. Which best practices from the Teach for All global network were you able apply towards Teach for China? >>>>

4. What do the program's fellows, originating from both China and the US, take away from their 2-year experience teaching in rural Yunnan province? How can these experiences benefit the education system in both countries? >>>>

5. How can Teach for China fellows have an effect on local communities they teach in? >>>>

6.How has Teach for China's large network, which includes connections with leading academic institutions and Fortune 500 companies, contributed to the organization's success? >>>>

7.How has Teach for China's recruitment efforts fared in recent years – did the 2008-2010 recession have any effect? Can you describe the recruitment process for fellows? >>>>

8. How does Teach for China evaluate progress of school partnerships as well as its fellows? What's the best reason to become a fellow? >>>>

9.Based on three years of experience, what adjustments will Teach for China make to the program this year or in the future? >>>>


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