Summer institute to serve teachers across Washington DC

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Beginning the summer of 2014, Washington International School (WIS) will hold an annual summer institute for for teachers from traditional public, public charter, parochial and independent schools across the city. The content of the program is built around the work of Project Zero, a research group based in Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. 

This institute will be called WISSIT: Washington International School Summer Institute for Teachers: Connecting DC Educators with Project Zero Ideas.

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"There's a call nationwide for public-private partnership. So we had the idea of extending our work with Project Zero to the city at large," says WIS Head of School Clayton Lewis. The idea was embraced and the E.E. Ford Foundation awarded WIS its prestigious Educational Leadership grant that will support the organizing and hosting of WISSIT.


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