April 28, 2015
By Jasmine Bolding.  Jasmine is an OWEd Senior College & Career Writing Fair Scholarship Winner and 12-grade student at Coolidge High School, Washington, DC.  Part of being a student in the One World Community is that we work to connect them to opportunities in the greater DC area and world. OWEd founder and executive director Eric Goldstein is a Global Good Fund Fellow. Because of my involvement with One World Education, on Saturday, April 25, 2015 I had the absolute pleasure of being... Read more
April 24, 2015
By Michael Hudson Jr., Grade 12, Benjamin Banneker High School, Washington, DC One World Education is a non-profit organization that helps middle and high school students with their writing skills, focusing them on writing about salient global and political issues. My experience working with them is something I will never forget and something that I’m very thankful for.  I was a part of their first senior writing fair held on February 12, 2015 at MLK Library in Washington, DC. Our topic... Read more
by Stephanie Burgevin - April 6, 2015
Having gone to school in England, Virginia, Seattle, and Ethiopia, Meron Habte has had the opportunity to see a wide variety of different education systems as well as teaching styles and abilities.  “I saw what an excellent teacher looks like and what a mediocre one does. I saw that policy gets passed by people who are not in education and how it affects students. Eventually, I want to get into policy work but first I wanted to experience working one-on-one with students and basically... Read more
by Eric Goldstein - March 10, 2015
The Global Good Fund (GGF) sure did help One World Education (OWEd) rack up some frequent flyer miles this year!  That wasn’t the direct goal, but GGF challenged us to be bold and expand our programs to schools across the country.  So, with their help we attended our first series of national conferences and presented our innovative teaching and learning model to educators around the country. While at the final of these conferences, SXSWEdu, I’m taking some time to reflect on... Read more
by Stephanie Burgevin - March 4, 2015
Ebola Virus Karte Mponda Grade 8 Capital City Public Charter School What if one of your family members came down with a disease, and a cure was not within reach? Karte Mponda, a 2015 One World Student Ambassador and eighth grade Capital City Public Charter School student, took the opportunity to research and write about Ebola during her class’ term with the One World Writing Program. “I wanted to write about something that everyone was talking about. I wanted to inform people so... Read more