by Katie Korsyn, T2TGlobal Leadership Coordinator Because in Guatemala the school year lines up with the calendar year, November brings opportunities to celebrate months of learning in the festive spirit of the imminent holidays. The end of the year is a...

T2TGlobal has two new members on its roster of math education experts. Andrea Ayala and Paola Castillo from the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador volunteered their time to coach teachers in the Galápagos Islands. They describe their first experience...

In the field of education, global is a constant buzzword. School administrators, state boards and parents continually call for teachers to weave global themes into their lessons. In recognition of the many requirements already consuming teachers’ time and attention, we started...

by Chadd McGlone, Executive Director of T2TGlobal If travel to faraway places is on your bucket list, you can’t go much farther than Nepal. Known as the gateway to Mount Everest, Nepal contains eight of the world’s ten tallest peaks. Landlocked...

by Gabriela Bermingham, second grade dual language teacher in Asheville, NC For the last two years, T2TGlobal has shipped boxes to me full of handicrafts from countries such as Guatemala, Ecuador and Kenya. My students sell the items at our school...

by Andi Green, Instructional Coach at Martin Millennium Academy  | Tarboro, NC There is something powerful and grounding about standing at the center of the world. Something that makes you reflect on what is at your core. Teaching is at my core. It...

T2TGlobal would like to welcome a new staff member, Saoirse (pronounced "seer-sha") Scott. She recently joined the US-based team after completing a summer internship with the Guatemala staff. Currently a junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,...

For one week in November, dozens of teachers from all over Guatemala showed just how dedicated they are to providing the best education to their students. With the school year ending for a two-month break, they would certainly have been...