Everyone can become a teacher because everyone has something worth teaching. We never stop learning, and we should never stop sharing that learning, either.T2T-I’s goal is collaboration, bringing out teachers’ expertise to provide the necessary ingredients for success.Join us on...

Written by Lucía Dávila, Guatemala City, GuatemalaWhen our T2T-I team arrived in Santa Avelina, Quiché, the local teachers and children were already waiting for us. Although we’d spent five hours riding a bus, our first task was to say hello to everyone...

Written by Lucía Dávila, Guatemala City, GuatemalaClasses start at 7:30 each day, and the teachers of the William Botnan School arrive early to meet in the principal’s office on the second floor. They greet each other, discuss the day’s planned activities, and finish...

Written by Lucía Dávila, Guatemala City, Guatemala Classes start at 7:30 a.m., and the children always show up with smiles on their faces. The classrooms give a sacred sense in which respect and solidarity are their most basic foundations. Students come from...

written by Jennifer McGloneIf you happen to follow the New York Times, you would have read on January 29 an editorial by US Vice President Joe Biden about Central America. Justifying his request for $1 billion in aid, he described this...

written by Jenny Goldner     “Amor y Esperanza” As the name states, this school is based on love and hope. What an appropriate title for the Teachers2Teachers-International trip to Quito, Ecuador. There is so much I could talk about in regards to this...

written by Sarah Friedman We held our first Open House for Teachers2Teachers-International on January 16, 2015. Our newly renovated office suite, complete with conference room and T2T-I mural, is now officially open to those who would like to come by for a visit. Approximately thirty teachers...

In November, we held a workshop with some teachers in Antigua. Here’s a post from Common Hope, our hosts for the event: http://www.commonhope.org/2015/01/09/a-successful-workshop-in-antigua-focused-on-teaching-math/ We will be working one-on-one with these teachers later this summer. If you’d like to be a part of...

by Charlotte McGlone Belize is very different from the other Central American countries I’ve visited. The Belizeans have traded sprawling cities for small jungle towns, large commercialized malls for intimate local restaurants, luxury homes and hotels for huts roofed with palm...