ACSR is a Great Asset in Common Core Preparation in NH

Impending Common Core standards for New Hampshire’s schools were examined recently in a series by New Hampshire Public Radio reporter Sam Evans-Brown.  In a segment on The Exchange called Common Core in the Classroom, which aired on Wednesday, June 6, Amy Parsons, a fifth-grade teacher at Lancaster Elementary School, part of the White Mountain Regional School District, applauded the district’s relationship with the Antioch Center for School Renewal’s  (ACSR) Critical Skills program. ACSR’s professional development ties in nicely with preparations for the new standards, she said.

ACSR is the service division of AUNE’s Department of Education.

Listen to the story here.

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Cool Course: How to Address Homelessness in Your Town

It’s common to hear people say that housing is a human right, yet by many estimates, over half a million Americans experience housing insecurity every year. “It’s time to create a groundswell of interest in this topic in this country,” says Charles Durrett, an architect, activist, builder of cohousing communities globally, and instructor of the upcoming four-week Continuing Education course at Antioch, “How to Address Homelessness in Your Town,”…

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