October 18, 2008
One World Education will participate in the first-ever International Teacher March in Washington, DC. On October 18, 2008, thousands from across the nation and around the globe will converge on Washington, D.C. to make their voices heard. The International Teacher March will draw attention to today’s looming educational crisis, while focusing on giving teachers the support, power, and respect they deserve.
October 1, 2008
One World Education's Executive Director, Eric Goldstein, is selected to participate in Washington, D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's 2009 Strengthening Partners Initiative. This comprehensive program for non-profit leaders strengthens organizational capacity and programs services. The program's goal is to increase competitive grant awards to District agencies and to support non-profit services to District residents. Check out http://opgs.dc.gov for more information about the Strengthening...
September 15, 2008
One World Education is chosen as a 2009 Fair Chance Partner. Fair Chance partners with promising community-based nonprofits serving children, youth and families in Washington, D.C to improve their capacity, strengthen their sustainability, impact and success. Partner Organizations are selected through a competitive application and selection process conducted twice a year. Since 2002, Fair Chance has helped 35 partner organizations raise more than $1.5 million in new funds, increase the number of...
September 8, 2008
One World Education launched our website and fall curriculum on a day close to our mission, International Literacy Day. At the Martin Luther King Public Library in Washington, DC on Monday September 8th, One World Education showcased its programming at an event hosted by the Reading Across Continents Project. There, high school students from Washington, DC, Abuja, Nigeria and Accra, Ghana shared in person, presentation and video documentary their interest in learning about their different cultures...