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From Teach For Lebanon to TFL-US Winter 2012
Content Outline Why Teach For Lebanon? How does Teach For Lebanon work?TFL-US Growth plan for Teach For LebanonSupport Teach For Lebanon 2© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Across Lebanon, only 49% of students successfully complete secondary education. The problem is significantly worse in rural areas: – Passing rates are at least 10% lower in West Bekaa than in Mount Lebanon, for example. This can be defined as the Theory of Problem Only 49% successfully complete secondary cycle Education inequality remains a significant problem in Lebanon 3© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Low motivation Low achievement Theory of Problem Inability to retain ambitious teachers Low qualifications of teachers Low motivation of teachers 4© Teach For Lebanon 2012 Repeated failure in class Low expectations of parents Limited exposure to opportunities Limited field of vision and ambition Education not seen as a ticket for a better life
Teach For Lebanon recruits: - highly qualified - ambitious - motivated Fellows Teach For Lebanon recruits: - highly qualified - ambitious - motivated Fellows Teach For Lebanon Fellows widen students’ vision and exposure to opportunities Fellows encourage parents to believe in their children’s potential Fellows will help students achieve significant academic progress Problem What Teach For Lebanon does Theory of Change 5© Teach For Lebanon 2012 Inability to retain ambitious teachers Low qualifications of teachers Low motivation of teachers Repeated failure in class Low expectations of parents Limited exposure to opportunities Limited field of vision and ambition Education not seen as a ticket for a better life
MISSION Our mission is to provide underprivileged children with a quality education by supplying them with talented Fellows who help to empower them. MISSION Our mission is to provide underprivileged children with a quality education by supplying them with talented Fellows who help to empower them. VISION Teach For Lebanon aims to eliminate educational inequality in Lebanon while fostering youth leadership and promoting civic engagement. VISION Teach For Lebanon aims to eliminate educational inequality in Lebanon while fostering youth leadership and promoting civic engagement. Theory of Change 6© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Successful Experiences (Teach For America, Teach First) International Support (Teach For All) Drive to Reduce Education Inequality in Lebanon Launch of Teach For Lebanon in August 2008 After two years of collaborative efforts, Teach For Lebanon was officially launched on August 2008 Being involved with the initiative for more than two years, in July 2008, Ali Dimashkieh took the lead, as CEO of Teach For Lebanon, to kick off the work Launch of Teach For Lebanon 7© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Content Outline Why Teach For Lebanon? How does Teach For Lebanon work?TFL-US Growth plan for Teach For LebanonSupport Teach For Lebanon 8© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Training School Placement School Placement Ongoing Support Ongoing Support Recruitment Recruit highest-quality talent who demonstrate core competencies to drive impact on student achievement and become long-term leaders able to effect systemic change Provide participants (Fellows) with training and professional development needed to impact student achievement Place participants (Fellows) for a minimum of 2 years in full-time teaching positions in regions suffering from education inequality Provide continuous support to the placed Fellows through school visits and additional training in order to maximize their performance Measuring Impact Provide support to Alumni Fellows (e.g. capability building programs, career guidance, job placement) to create a sustainable effort towards education equality Fellow Alumni Support Continuously measuring the impact of the program on student achievement and social behavior as well as school community Teach For Lebanon Operating Model 9© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Profile of Teach For Lebanon Fellows – First Cohort 202 Applicants Stage 1 Internal Review 69 Applicants Stage 3 Assessment Day 9 Selected Applicants TFL Recruitment Process GPA Personal Information Determination for change Personal Interview Profile of Selected Applicants Average GPA of selected candidates: 3.25 32 Applicants Mock Lesson Group Activity Self- Evaluation Teach For Lebanon Operating Model Stage 2 Interview AUB UoB LU Other Male Female 10© Teach For Lebanon 2012 5 4
Current Scope of Teach For Lebanon 11© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Why Teach For Lebanon? “When I heard about Teach For Lebanon at 20 years old, I was one of the youngest Bachelor’s degree holders. I graduated from the American University of Beirut in June 2009, and decided to join Teach For Lebanon, a program that grasped my interest since that day of their first presentation in one of my senior seminar courses. On a personal level, I believe this experience will change and add a lot to my personality and my general experience and competencies. Academia has always been a major field of passion for me which made me realize what a perfect baggage this was to be carrying on to a faraway land, where all my ambitions of change can indeed leave one imprint of its kind in the minds and hearts of some young souls who have had less opportunities than others” Youssef Semaan Bachelors in Biology– Pre-medical student American University of Beirut, Lebanon Cohort 1 Halba Maronite School Meet a Fellow 12© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Why Teach For Lebanon? “After being away from Lebanon for 12 years I knew that I wanted to come back and give back to my country. TFL gave me the chance to do just that. I felt that I would be an asset to any school that I would be a part of as well as to the students that I will be teaching. In addition to that I strongly agree with TFL’s mission and beliefs in respect to education in Lebanon. Today I am very glad and fortunate to be part of TFL and to be working with a team that is hardworking, professional and passionate.” Dana Hamzeh Bachelors in Business Administration University of Guelph-Humber, Toronto, Ontario Cohort 1 Al Erfan School Meet a Fellow 13© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Why Teach For Lebanon? “Having spent most of my life, school education and community service in Nigeria, I was ready to come back and reconnect with my country, Lebanon. My years as an undergraduate placed the initial stepping stones to doing just that. Studies and observations brought to my attention an increased knowledge about the poor schooling system in parts of Lebanon and the psychological discord that developing children were undergoing, be it in the home or the school. This awareness has moved me and brought about the desire to make a difference and impact change in these children’s education and eventually lives. Upon learning about TFL’s mission, I felt at home and I was sure that despite its challenges this is what I wanted to do. To be able to work with children and serve them academically and developmentally today is all I can ask for. I have no regrets about this movement of which I have become a part. I am excited to see how the seeds that we, the TFL team, plant now are going to flourish and bring about change across Lebanon in the years to come.” Minerva Faddoul Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology; Minor in Education University of Balamand, Al-Koura, Lebanon Cohort 2 Bakhoun Public School Meet a Fellow 14© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Why Teach For Lebanon? “I joined the program after I saw a presentation about TFL at my university. I never expected that such a program would exist in Lebanon also, at that time, I didn’t have teaching in mind. However, I knew that this experience is different than any other and will definitely be life changing. I wanted to have an impact on kids who were less fortunate in life. My first year of teaching created inside of me a sense of responsibility towards my community as to contribute and try to eliminate the problem of educational inequality in my country. I now have stronger beliefs in the mission because I could see its positive realm of influence.” Rana Saleh Bachelor’s in Nutrition and Dietetics American University of Beirut, Lebanon Cohort 2 Maaroub Public School Meet a Fellow 15© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Principals and coordinators across all schools recognize the Fellows are hardworking Fellows are working long hours between their teaching hours and their involvement in extracurricular activities, it is very clear to see how motivated they are to do their best. Principal in a partner school Non -Teach For Lebanon teachers in the schools positively evaluate the new approach that Fellows use in teaching Fellows are able to convey the message to students in an enjoyable way using games. The French or Arabic sessions are becoming to the students as enjoyable as a sports session. Non -Teach For Lebanon teacher in a partner school Impact of Teach For Lebanon Feedback from principals, coordinators and teachers 16© Teach For Lebanon 2012
The overall impressions of parents towards the Fellows were mainly around the Fellows’ approach in teaching, their contribution to students in foreign languages (English and French), and the extracurricular activities. For the first time, my child understands Science rather than simply memorizing Mother of a student in a Fellow’s class Parents of students in Fellows’ classes are happy with the improvement of their children in English Principal of a partner school Students and Fellows are developing a strong relationship of trust; the motivation of students seems to be increasing, in addition they appreciate the individual attention received by the Fellows I like Mr Joe, because he explains the lesson 2 million times if I don’t understand it Student in a Fellow’s class I enjoy studying the language and am getting good grades because I like the teacher Student in a Fellow’s class Impact of Teach For Lebanon Feedback from parents and students 17© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Teach For Lebanon Board of Trustees Lebanese American University President Dr. Joseph Jabbra Member Act For Lebanon Founding Member and Dean Emeritus at AUB Dr. Nuhad Daghir Member; Executive Committee Central Bank of Lebanon Senior Director of the Financial Operations Department Dr. Youssef El Khalil Chairman Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court Managing Director, Office of Strategic Affairs Mr. Rabih Abouchakra Member Strategic Communication Consultancy Founder Mr. Ramsay Najjar Member Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO Secretary General Ms. Salwa Baassiri Member Deloitte Partner American University of Beirut President Dr. Hassib Jaber Vice-Chairman Dr. Peter Dorman Member American University of Beirut Former Assistant of the President for Development and Alumni Affairs Mr. Nazih Zeidan Member; Executive Committee Teach For Lebanon Board of Trustees 18© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Content Outline Why Teach For Lebanon? How does Teach For Lebanon work?TFL-US Growth plan for Teach For LebanonSupport Teach For Lebanon 19© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Teach For Lebanon seed funding came from American- Lebanese businessmen and was channeled through Act for Lebanon With the financial crisis reaching its zenith in 2010 many government and private organizations, as well as individuals, were not in a position to deliver on financial commitments made This created a financial crisis for TFL and forced a change in strategy, emphasizing US donors Charbel Tagher & Ray Debbane took the lead to create and incorporate TFL-US in late 2010. 501(c)3 status received in March 2011. Launch of Teach For Lebanon in August 2008 Why TFL-US? 20© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Teach For Lebanon Board of Trustees Sorensen Gross Construction CEO Ghassan Saab Member Specified Technologies Inc President Charbel Tagher President & Treasurer The Invus Group President & CEO Raymond Debbane Vice President & Secretary CitiWest Inc President Abdallah Geahel Member TFL-US Board 21© Teach For Lebanon 2012 Fundraising To Date: -2010-11 AY: $96,500 -2011-12 AY: $259,300 -2012-13 AY Target: $500,000
Content Outline Why Teach For Lebanon? How does Teach For Lebanon work?TFL-US Growth of Teach For LebanonSupport Teach For Lebanon 22© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Year Two Growth Plan FellowsNumber Cohort 112 Cohort of 28 Total Fellows for Year Two20 Expansion in Number of Fellows Growth 23© Teach For Lebanon 2012 Partner Schools 2010-2011 Barsa Maronite School Halba Maronite School Ansar Typical School Saida Generations School Maaroub Public School Bakhoun Public School Dahr El Ain Maronite School International School of Akkar (Gebrayel) Irfan School Rachaya – Dahr El Ahmar
2011/12 Projected Sources of Funds © Teach For Lebanon 2012
2011/12 Actual Sources of Funds Most sources of funds did not deliver due to the crisis and internal TFL problems, leading to the emergency creation of TFL-US in order to keep TFL going © Teach For Lebanon 2012 20%
© Teach For Lebanon 201226 AY 2012-13 Plan is to recruit 20-25 Fellows and work with 8 to 10 schools TFL also needs to rebuild its people infrastructure Financial need will be around $500K including a small cushion TFL-US will need to raise at least 60% of that Lebanese gov’t will likely provide 10-20% Other sources will likely provide the rest (Banks, Grants, Diaspora) Plan/Needs for Now Through AY 2012-13
Year Two Growth Plan FellowsNumber Cohort 320-25 Expansion in Number of Fellows Growth Plan 27© Teach For Lebanon 2012 FellowsNumber Cohort 5100 Expansion Plans FellowsNumber Cohort 7150 Expansion Plans
Content Outline Why Teach For Lebanon? How does Teach For Lebanon work?TFL-US Growth of Teach For LebanonSupport Teach For Lebanon 28© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Teach For Lebanon Donors Teach For Lebanon Donors Since Inception 29© Teach For Lebanon 2012 Teach For Lebanon is grateful to the following donors for their support since its early days
© Teach For Lebanon 201230 Advertise on recruitment panels, recruitment events Recognition on quarterly Newsletter for funders Visits to school (personalized as well as in-group) Classroom observation Give classroom lectures Recognition on website homepage Proactive mention when engaging with the press Recognition on marketing material Invitation to summer institute ceremony Recognition on the website under the donors page Comprehensive List of Benefits for Donors
Teach For Lebanon seed funds came from American-Lebanese businessmen through an organized effort by Act for Lebanon Continuous monitoring and guidance by some supporters Charbel’s first visit to Lebanon after 18 years Continuous follow up on execution and progress Reconnection with some of the original donors Advocating for Teach For Lebanon in New York A successful fundraising event in 2010 Follow up and updates to donors Motivating others to institutionalize the fundraising efforts TFL-US was born Incorporation in the State of New york in 2011 Launch of Teach For Lebanon in August 2008Teach For Lebanon and the American Diaspora 32© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Lebanese Diaspora has always supported Lebanon when needed: Continuous personal and regional support during the civil war (1975 – 1991) Humanitarian support in 1997 Lobbying and political support (2000 – 2005) Organizational and civic support in 2005 Structured humanitarian and logistical support in 2006 More Lebanese-International organizations since 2006 More than 12 Million Lebanese in the Diaspora Launch of Teach For Lebanon in August 2008Diaspora Involvement 33© Teach For Lebanon 2012
Teach For America is a successful long-running example Monitoring and follow up with Teach For Lebanon Initial belief in the need to support education in Lebanon Launch of Teach For Lebanon in August 2008 Increasing interest in Teach For Lebanon operation Credibility of the operation of TFL Successful fundraising efforts Charbel’s dedication to TFL Transparency and clarity in operation Launch of TFL-US 34© Teach For Lebanon 2012
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