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| September 26, 2010
A new day in search of educational excellence

Teach Plus Fellow Fatima Rich writes an op-ed piece about teaching and being a part of NBC’s “Education Nation” project. Rich is a teacher at Greenbriar Elementary in Washington Township. Teach Plus was founded by The Mind Trust’s Fellow Celine Coggins.

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| September 23, 2010
Lessons Learned

Indianapolis Teacher of the Year James Larson shares his thoughts about participating in the first ever “Education Nation” event sponsored by NBC News. Mr. Larson is a teacher at the Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School and one of Teach Plus’ Indianapolis Teaching Policy Fellows. Teach Plus was founded by The Mind Trust’s Fellow Celine Coggins.

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| September 12, 2010
Program gives kids a summer advantage

Indianapolis Star columnist Matt Tully praises Fellow Earl Martin Phalen for the “remarkable results of the Summer Advantage USA program he brought to Indianapolis last year” and calls The Mind Trust “a groundbreaking local education reform organization.”

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| September 10, 2010
Program aims to stop summer learning loss

“On Thursday, state education officials and school district leaders joined Weah in lauding Summer Advantage USA, a five-week program with a research-based curriculum designed to eat away at summer learning loss.”

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| September 9, 2010
School on the mend

The Boston Globe reports on how Teach Plus, the initiative founded by Education Entrepreneur Fellow Celine Coggins, is training urban teachers to be leaders and sending them in teams into underperforming schools across the nation.

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