Kopp came up with the idea for Teach for America in 1989 at Princeton University.
Last year, USC received more Teach for America offers than any other U.S. campus.
Many students who work for CollegeSpring plan to apply to Teach for America.
Five percent of the 57,000 people who applied to TFA this year were USC alumni.
Emanuel Pleitez discussed his hopes for L.A.-area public education at an event held Monday night.
There are many stereotypes about Teach for America, but none of them matter. Sending accomplished, smart and motivated young leaders into struggling schools is what matters.
Venture for America, a new business version of Teach for America, shows promise.
EdMonth kicks off with a panel of educational leaders Monday in Bovard Auditorium.
NBC’s Education Nation serves as inspiration for the program, BSA President Eric Burse said.
A larger number of USC seniors are applying to alternative career programs this year hoping to make a difference.