Being named a finalist in Forbes’ Under 30 $1 Million Change-the-World Competition—and winning the $100,000 that comes with it—is no small feat. But then, Amara Humphry, a 27-year old engineer who graduated from Stanford with a degree in product design, is no small dreamer.Read more
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National Education: News and Updates
Exciting news: the Forbes team has announced the six semi-finalists in the Forbes Under 30 $1 Million Change-the-World Competition! Our National Education team was honored to help select Gooru, an innovative online platform for students and teachers.Read more
Last week, The New York Times published a special piece focusing on the struggle of undocumented college students to receive financial aid. As author Elizabeth Harris wrote:Read more
Every one of my students over the last seven years has been a part of the process of developing my teaching practice. Through their commitment to struggling through difficult material, all while trusting me to guide them, they’ve taught me how to teach.Read more
From the very beginning, I could tell my son liked Mr. Sanders. I could tell he respected him. He would come home every day and tell me everything about what Mr. Sanders said, what Mr. Sanders did and what Mr. Sanders wore. But one moment in particular comes to mind.Read more