Fellows by Category
Norman Atkins seeks to reinvent teacher education through an innovative, practice-based model of teacher training that links teacher certification and credentialing to demonstrated student achievement results in the classroom.
Alex is improving college graduation rates for students from low-income communities by bridging the data gap between K-12 education and U.S. colleges and universities.
Creating a nationwide brotherhood of African American students committed to lifelong leadership and service through principled, reciprocal and service-oriented communities of peers
Pam Cantor is working to reengineer public schools to respond to the recurring challenges to teaching and learning that stem from the traumatic impact of poverty.
Addressing the achievement gap through an elementary school model that re-imagines the school day, combines online and classroom instruction, and delivers quality charter education on public funds alone.
Louise Davis Langheier founded Peer Health Exchange to provide comprehensive health education to teens across the country through a network of volunteer peer educators.
Breaking the cycle of poverty and recidivism that plagues inner city youth through a comprehensive approach that includes academics, job training, and counseling in an attempt to fill the cracks left by institutional failure.
Jeff Edmondson is uniting local leaders within education, business, non-profit, government, civic, and philanthropic sectors behind a common vision and measurable set of goals, and supplying them with the tools, infrastructure, and peer community they need to improve educational outcomes for children from cradle to career.
Changing the way public schools educate disadvantaged children through securing contractual commitments by students, parents, and teachers to do whatever is required to ensure the students’ academic success.
Temple Grandin, living with autism, has revolutionized livestock handling by using her ability to see the world in a different way to develop a deeper understanding of animal behavior.
Scott Hartl is changing both what teachers teach and how they teach it, through the creation of free and open resources, including curricula, lesson plans, and video documentation drawn straight from the classroom.
Changing the way the nation recognizes and retains public school teachers who are effectively educating low-income students.