Albert is a learning companion built on a simple idea: students learn best by doing. Hear from leaders and former teachers who are accelerating learning for kids in the ed tech sphere, and learn more about how personalized learning is transforming schools in Chicago and beyond. You won’t want to miss this discussion!
What: Discussion with the CEO and members of the Albert team including TFA alums.
Who: This event is open to all members of the TFA and network including current corps members, alumni, supporters, and their guests.
Where: Albert, 233 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 1440, Chicago, IL
Transportation: There is very limited street parking near this event, so we strongly recommend taking public transportation. The Albert office is about a 10 minute walk from the Clark/Lake CTA stop, which services the blue, green, pink, brown, orange, and purple lines.
When: Tuesday, September 10th
6:00p - doors open, light refreshments and wine/beer
6:30 -8:00p - programming begins
8:00-8:30p - networking and mingling
Why: Learn all about the work of TFA alums who have chosen to bring their leadership to the ed tech sphere, and enjoy delicious refreshments in a beautiful space downtown while connecting with your fellow alums!
There is no cost to attend! Questions? Email Regan Balmoja (Director, Alumni Network Strategy).
About the Breakdown Series:
Teach For America Chicago-Northwest Indiana’s learning series, known as “Breakdown,” is intended to support members with the knowledge, understanding, and network of leaders to deeply grasp the problems facing our educational landscape and develop an informed theory of what it will take to reach One Day.
We host free conversations to expose members of the TFA network to the challenges, big ideas, and network of thought-leaders that are shaping Chicago and Northwest Indiana’s education landscape.