Focus: Education

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Acclaimed Scholar Visits UEE Class

In February, acclaimed educational scholar Dr. Christine Sleeter was a guest speaker in the Urban Environmental Education Program’s “Multicultural Environmental Education” course. Running Grass, the course instructor, invited Dr. Sleeter to speak with his students after they read her book,

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UEE Graduation

Antiracist Environmental Leadership in a Virtual World

What a different world we live in. About a year ago, I posted in The Nature of Cities about our thriving Master’s program at Antioch University Seattle. The Urban Environmental Education MAEd program continues to attract a highly diverse group

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Human Education Teacher with Children
New England

Partnership Leads to Launch of Masters in Humane Education

Antioch New England launched several new programs in partnership with the Institute for Humane Education (IHE) in early 2020. These programs are attracting a wide range of students, with current enrollment exceeding thirty students. The centerpiece degree is an MEd in

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Los Angeles

Superman for Democracy

Browse the word democracy on any online bookstore (an independent one please) and these titles and more will appear: Books about democracy How Democracies Die by Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt (2018); The System:  Who Rigged it, and How we

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The School Librarian Investigation—Decline or Evolution?

Antioch University Seattle has been awarded a $348,905, three-year grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to examine the nationwide decline in school librarian positions and explore how school administrators decide to staff learning resources—including school library

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