about the past, present, and future of learning!

We are no longer accepting donations on this campaign, but there are other ways for you to support us today!

“Remember that the happiest people are not those getting more, but those giving more.” --H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

As 2023 approaches, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations depend on donations, and we are no different. We ARE different, however, in that with our mission to educate people about education we strive to “Preserve the past to inform the future.” Our plans for the new year will be to continue our current strategy of posting trustworthy and informative articles. We also look forward to continuing exhibition displays in new venues, and working on our long-awaited mobile exhibition about how to protect and enhance YOUR BABY’S AMAZING BRAIN.

All of us at the Museum of Teaching and Learning are deeply grateful for your involvement and support. Thank you! Each contribution of time or money makes a HUGE difference for us. Please help us continue to grow our collections and produce exhibitions, articles, and events to enact our mission—We educate people about education.

This year we’re sharing some updated data to reflect some of our work in 2022. Here you go. . .

MOTAL by the Numbers

0 Number of employees; MOTAL works with volunteers and talented experts by contract.

1 Interesting Celeb Salon dinner, exploring the concept of resilience with Zoot Velasco.

2 Terrific interns, both from Claremont Graduate University this year; they will be missed as they move on in their careers!

2 Number of new board members we are delighted to have on board.

2 Number of additional board members we seek for the coming year. Could one be YOU?

3 Action-packed months A Class Action has been installed at Santiago Canyon College, bringing over 140 students a week by bus from the Orange Unified School District.

4 Articles that explain and praise our community outreach in local press.

5 Partners aligned for 2023.

8 Delightful Santiago Canyon College students we trained to be top-notch docents.

500 Thousands of dollars that has finally left state agencies in Sacramento to serve MOTAL’s next exhibition endeavor, Your Baby’s Amazing Brain, a high-tech, scientifically accurate, and culturally competent exhibition that will amaze and inform over 45,000 visitors each year.

For our operational essentials, MOTAL will depend on the generosity of those who enjoy and benefit from our services—namely, YOU. Please consider making a donation. Any amount you can give, from $10 to $500 (or beyond), will help us achieve our mission.

Thank you in advance!

Greta Kallio Nagel, PhD, President and CEO

Our website is WWW.MOTAL.ORG