Teach for America taps into new grads' desire to make a difference

06/19/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

This year, more than 80% of the nearly 19,000 college seniors who applied to Teach for America were rejected, a sign of the 17-year-old program's soaring popularity. Even though less than one-third of the participants continue in teaching after their initial two-year stint, the nonprofit group says about two-thirds of alums maintain some connection to education.

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