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“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” --Winston Churchill

Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations depend on donations, and we are no different. We ARE different, however, in that our mission to educate people about education we strive to “Preserve the past to inform the future.” Our plans for year 2024 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 the grand opening of our long-awaited mobile exhibition about how to protect and enhance YOUR BABY’S AMAZING BRAIN.

The Museum of Teaching and Learning (MOTAL) has established a record of award-winning and trustworthy exhibitions about topics in the field of education, filling a unique niche in the museum world. MOTAL creates mobile exhibitions to bring questions and answers about teaching and learning to the public. We’ve all been to school, but do we know the answers to the kinds of questions that MOTAL asks?

  • Who were the pioneers in the fight for educational equality?
  • How does our educational system compare with the systems in other countries?
  • How do people learn?

Because education plays a critical role in a democracy, the museum shines a light on the people, places, policies and events that have shaped education through time, as well as highlighting educational policies and practices, and their outcomes. Democracy thrives when teaching and learning prepare people for work, civic responsibility, parenting, and societal change.

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. There is also an option to make your donation recurring.

Now more than ever we are passionate about giving back to you with programs that will enlighten and educate.Your donations are all greatly appreciated! They support our charitable educational endeavors to make our communities better places.

Thank you in advance!

Greta Kallio Nagel, PhD, President and CEO

Our website is WWW.MOTAL.ORG

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