Antioch Student Teachers featured in Brattleboro Reformer

Elementary Teacher Certification students Sarah Gamble, Lori Farina, and recent grad Liz Greco were featured in a Brattleboro Reformer article on February 2.

AUNE’s partnership with the Academy School allows selected interns the opportunity to experience a year-long internship in a public school setting, while also being paid. Most interns stay in the classroom for only a few months, so this opportunity is unique. Antioch Education Department Affiliate Faculty member Deb Kardane also teaches at Academy. Kardane developed this partnership and works with the interns, meeting weekly during the fall professional seminar and continuing monthly meetings this spring.


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