New Indiana classes of WW Teaching Fellows and WW MBA Fellows

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Woodrow Wilson statewide press conference with Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Woodrow Wilson Foundation President Arthur Levine, and UIndy Provost Deb Balough on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. (Photo: D. Todd Moore, University of Indianapolis)

Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows and WW MBA in Education Leadership Fellows continue to bring new strengths to Indiana’s classrooms and schools. These two innovative programs aim to change preparation for both STEM teachers and school leaders. The WW Indiana Teaching Fellowship, in its seventh year, welcomed a new class of 49 prospective educators to its ranks, while 35 new Fellows will begin the two-year-old WW MBA in Education Leadership program in the fall. The new fellowship classes were announced by IN Governor Mike Pence and WW President Arthur Levine at an event at the University of Indiana, which offers both the WW Teaching Fellowship and the WW MBA in Education Leadership Fellowship. See photos from the event in the gallery above.


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