The Woodrow Wilson Academy recently asked some of its Design Fellows—the 10 future educators helping to refine the program—who they thought would make the idea WW Academy master’s candidate.
Design Fellow (DF) Mustafa Abdul-Rahim thinks the WW Academy is perfect for candidates who want to build “skills that will inform your teaching practice for the rest of your career.”
An ideal candidate, for DF Breauna Campbell, will want to “[make] an impact within schools and education.”
DF Doyung Lee feels that the WW Academy is a “great place to design and test” while becoming an educator.
The Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and learning is a pioneering graduate school that is reimagining teacher education by offering a real world, competency-based master’s program to prepare teachers for today and tomorrow.