Dear AfricAid Friends,
Thank you so much for your support of Teaching in Action, which gives teachers across Tanzania the opportunity to gather for a one-week workshop to learn how to use student-centered, participatory teaching methods in their classrooms. Your support is truly changing the landscape of opportuntiy for students across Tanzania, because for the first time, these students have access to a high-quality education in their classrooms. As a result, they will be better situtated for future educational and professional success.
In the fall of 2010, the Open Society Institute (http://www.soros.org/) recognized and supported the Teaching in Action teacher training program with a grant. The Open Society Institute works to improve the lives of the world's most vulnerable people and to promote human rights, justice, and accountability, and is well-known around the world. The grant is a significant and exciting indication of the current efficacy and future promise of the Teaching in Action program.
Thank you so much for supporting high-quality education in Tanzanian classrooms. Your support goes so far in making a difference for thousands of students!
With much appreciation,
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