WW + Goizueta Microgrants Improve Metro Atlanta Schools

In this video, WW Georgia Teaching Fellows share the results of their 2016-2017 WW + Goizueta Microgrant Projects. In 2015 the Goizueta Foundation made a three-year, $910,000 grant to provide professional enrichment for WW Georgia Teaching Fellows working in the metro Atlanta area. The funding aims to benefit not only the Fellows, but also the schools and communities where they teach, their students, and the other educators with whom they work.

“They saw a need and the microgrants helped fill a void,” says Kevin Wood, associate principal at Meadowcreek High School where several WW Teaching Fellows received grants. “Now students can actually do practice at a much more advanced level and really understand what the work is about.”

See more of the influence on students, teachers, and metro Atlanta schools made by these projects in the video above.


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