Zoe Weil Releases Eighth Book

Zoe Weil, President of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE), released her eighth book, The Solutionary Way with a foreword by Jane Goodall, on June 25 through New Society Publishers….

Tiffany Owens

Tiffany Owens: Collaborating with Others to Change the Arts Education Landscape 

Throughout her life, the artist, educator, and Antioch alum Tiffany Owens has been deeply influenced by spaces on the borders that straddle divides. “I am a person who has always lived in liminal spaces—racially, socioeconomically, educationally, and between artistry and bureaucracy,” explains Owens, who today serves as Program Director of P.S. ARTS, a nonprofit that brings arts education to over 30,000 public school students in the greater Los Angeles area.

Empowering Educators Through Trauma-Informed Education

One tool she immediately found useful was Trauma-Informed Education, a framework and practice that specifically emphasizes supporting students who have experienced trauma while making the classroom environment caring and accepting for all. For Venet, this and other equity-based approaches became central to her work as an educator and, increasingly, a thought leader in education. These widening circles of interest led her to return to school—she graduated in 2014 from Antioch University’s MEd for Experience Educators.

Teacher Appreciation- Chalkboard with a heart in the middle.

Eight Stories For Teacher Appreciation Week

This week we are observing National Teacher Appreciation Week, a time to celebrate teachers and recognize the lasting contributions they make to education and society. Here at Antioch University, supporting teachers and public education is a big part of our past and present.