Only a third of DC students graduate high school ready for college writing. Current failures across the nation cost billions of dollars in remediation annually for colleges and American companies. In our 140-character world, students need to learn to write logically, succinctly, and eloquently.
Even as the pandemic limits face-to-face interaction, the way people communicate – and especially their writing and presentation – has never been more important. One World Education believes in the power of student voice.
We believe that the instruction and learning of writing is one of the most challenging and neglected skills in education. With strong curriculum and respectful training, we believe that educators can create life-changing research and writing experiences for their students.