Antioch Now Has a School of Education

Antioch Seattle’s Center for Programs in Education became the School of Education today, it was announced by President Cassandra Manuelito-Kerkvliet.

Robert Delisle, who directed the center, becomes dean of the School of Education, which will encompass Antioch Seattle education degree and certificate programs as well as the Center for Native Education.

“Join me in congratulating Bob and his faculty and staff of our new School on this important step in their development as an academic unit,” President Manuelito-Kerkvliet said.

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