4 Girls

Inspire Girls We are looking for three English-speaking high school teachers from outside of Africa to cooperate on our Inspire Girls pilot with teachers and students in Mali, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. Across the world, girls are less likely to finish school, less likely to pursue higher education, and thus less likely to follow career paths that lead […]

WCE: A global education nonprofit connecting youth in developing countries to the skills, opportunities, & understanding of the internet

Global education is the linchpin of progress. Yet nearly 20 percent of the world’s school-aged children will not reach fourth grade. Another 20 percent will fail to learn basic skills like literacy and numeracy. High dropout and repetition rates, in combination with other obstacles—such as poverty, conflict, gender inequality, language, and disability—compound this problem. And […]

Content Project

For the past many years, Jack O’Donnell has been the manager of the WCE Content Project.  Jack is a former high school technology and science teacher for Chicago area schools.  He is also the Coordinator of our Chicago chapter. Jack leads different teams (for different languages) to gradually gather and secure the approvals to use […]

Seeking Teachers!

World Computer Exchange seeks teachers with students in Africa, USA, Asia, Canada, Europe, or Australia to form pairs of one African teacher and one non-African teacher with students of similar ages to co-develop a draft teacher resource to help them inspire female students to pursue careers in technology. This resource you begin to co-develop can be: an app […]

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