WHAT WE DO
Ensina Brasil recruits, selects and trains talented young graduates from the best universities in the country to become full-time teachers in high-need public schools for at least two years. During their time in the classroom, they develop as future leaders in order to multiply their impact inside and beyond the classroom in order to transform educational opportunities for all children in Brazil.
Ensina Brasil is a non-profit organization which aims to mobilize diverse talent and develop young leaders to transform the educational system, beginning in the classroom.
students Impacted in 4 states, 5 cities and 61 schools
Our mission is to empower a network of leaders who, beginning with a transformational experience as full-time teachers in the most vulnerable schools in the country, with on-going training, will develop the commitment and knowledge necessary to multiply their impact and generate greater opportunities for all.
We are part of the global Teach For All network, present in +50 countries, with 25 years of operation in the United States. Through the global network, our organization, teachers and alumni can share ideas and innovations across borders and adapt promising ideas to expand educational opportunities.
In four years of operation, we’ve received more than 40,000 applications for just 380 spots as ensinas, making our program more selective than the medical course at the University of São Paulo (USP)
+90% of ensinas would recommend Ensina Brasil’s Leadership Development Program to a friend interested in growing personally and professionally*
*scores 8-10 on a 10 point scale
100% of the school principals where we worked would like to have at least 1 ensina continue at their school in 2020
In the two sites where we’ve worked for 2 years, there was significant increase in the number of students accepted to the highly-selective Federal Institutes and Universities in 2019
We held more than 100 training sessions and hosted over 80 guest facilitators at our latest intensive formation program in January, our “Intensivão”
80% of our alumni are working in education, attacking the problem on various fronts.