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How did ISP teachers change the world in 2020?

ISP Impact Report: 2020 Survey of Key ISP Teachers

ISP at a Glance

15,000

teachers
equipped

9,535

teachers
engaged

1,200+

key teachers providing leadership

504

cities with engaged teachers

256

Teacher Communities

39

countries
since 1991

On average, each ISP teacher...

Will impact

3,000

people in his/her lifetime

Will use ISP
materials with

74-82

students per year

Will mentor

3

other teachers
per year

99%

of educators said that ISP had positively impacted them emotionally.
“Through my ISP family I receive emotional support not just daily, but each minute of my everyday life.”

- teacher in Russia

70%

of educators said they helped organize activities such as seminars or workshops.
“I try to be involved in any events that ISP offers. I participate or help organize and facilitate conferences, seminars, webinars, monthly calls, leadership meetings, and MLTs. In my city we organize seminars, dinners for the teachers and for women, as well as seminars for school administration and teachers. I publish articles that I write using ISP materials, take part in the educational contests, exhibitions, etc.”

97%

of educators said that ISP had positively impacted them professionally.
“Due to ISP, my experience there and ISP curricula that I used, I participated in different contests both on the city, regional and national level, [and] received grants from the city governor and president. [ISP] raised my professional status in my city.”

ISP Helped Educators Navigate 2020 Challenges

Educators felt that ISP had helped them overcome many of COVID-19 related challenges, notably by providing practical resources, building community, and encouraging teachers.

“I learned how to use Zoom which allowed me to meet with my colleagues from other regions more often.”

“It has been a very difficult year, busy at work and with my family. ISP has helped me emotionally how to control the negative workload and isolation during the quarantine and online teaching.”

– teacher in Albania
Mongolian
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