TEACH-NOW Founder Featured in Washington Post
TEACH-NOW CEO Emily Feistritzer was featured in The Washington Post, chronicling her storied past that led to the creation of TEACH-NOW.
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Emily Feistritzer, who was a Catholic nun in her youth, later became a teacher. In 2011, she created TEACH-NOW, a company that trains and certifies teachers around the world. It is now a multimillion-dollar business.William Brangham returns, having caught up...
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“I see the potential of online learning daily. No student graduates from my teacher education program without learning about virtual instruction and how to be a resource-rich problem-solver, regardless of the venue they are teaching in.”