One World Education News

October 28, 2010
On October 28th, One World Education held an Appreciation Party hosted by Board Member Anna Rooke at the Camden Roosevelt in Washington, DC. This party was a celebration of the work of our past supporters and an introduction to our work for some new faces. We specifically honored four supporters and team members who have been with One World Education since its beginnings: Caroline Brown, Jeremy Young, Eva Guenther, and Lauren Wright (pictured L-R). Without their commitment we would not be where we... Read more
October 15, 2010
OWEd Student Ambassador Alexandra Fognani's Reflection, "Done With Bullying," speaks to an issue of city-wide and national importance -- and advocates of One World Education's work have taken notice. The voice of a student who moved from a bully to a defender of her classmates is both necessary and important as students and parents across the country deal with this issue in their schools and communities. Her Reflection and OWEd's corresponding learning resources have been featured... Read more
October 15, 2010
OWEd Student Ambassador Alexandra Fognani's Reflection, "Done With Bullying" and its corresponding learning activities are now available as resources for many organizations working to prevent bullying in schools. To increase awareness about the problem of bullying and to encourage others to take actions to stop bulling today, One World Education has partnered with the PACER Center's National Bullying Prevention Month Campaign. The PACER Center unites... Read more
June 15, 2010
At the beginning of June, the OWEd Team was invited to Roosevelt High School to see one an Ambassador's One World Reflection in action. Our May 2010 Student Ambassador, Malcolm Berry, an 11th grader at Roosevelt led the class in a reading, discussion and Learning Activity surrounding the Reflection he wrote about HIV/AIDS among teens in DC. Students from three separate classes read his reflection and discussed the reading questions together in small groups. OWEd was able to see the... Read more
May 15, 2010
In May, OWEd met another funding goal with our second annual fundraiser in New York City. To a room full of supporters in mid-town Manhattan, OWEd introduced the One World Schools Program and 2010 One World Student Ambassadors. Read more
April 15, 2010
Local CBS news reported on the impact and excitement of One World Education's Youth, Culture & Learning Celebration.  Watch below: Read more
April 1, 2010
This school year marked a great expansion of the Culture & Global Issues Reflection Contest, where 325 Capital Region students submitted their writing. From these submissions, 12 students were chosen as OWEd Ambassadors. Starting in April 2010, each month, one of these new Student Ambassadors will have their Reflection published on our website with curriculum to serve as teaching tools for other students.   Congratulations to our 2010 Student Ambassadors!   Ebenezer... Read more
February 26, 2010
On February 26, 2010, One World Education participated in the Just World Festival at Annandale High School along with US Congressman and former presidential candidate Dennis J. Kucinich and Owner of Busboys and Poets and Iraqi-American Peace Activist, Andy Shallal. The event was organized by the Annandale High School Just World and Interact Club and was open to students from the Mid-Atlantic region. Around 500 student attended the event and participated in the interactive... Read more
February 2, 2010
On February 2, 2010 One World Education led workshops at the Center for International Education symposium hosted by the Washington International School at the World Bank. This year's theme, Digital Media: Jump Starting Education and Action on Critical and Global Issues, was ideal to inspire students to think about potential reflections to submit to the OWEd, Culture & Global Issues Reflection Contest. The symposium included a keynote address by filmmaker, Karin Muller who... Read more
February 1, 2010
In February One World Education joined the DC One Fund. For over 50 years, District government employees and DC one fund retirees have stepped up to support nonprofit organizations through the DC One Fund. Read more

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