Kerry Taylor

Kerry Taylor

My experience in the Education Department at Antioch University Los Angles has been enlightening and enjoyable. The professors are brilliant and dedicated to putting theory into practice. As a result, I have been able to further develop myself as a practitioner of social justice education… I really appreciate the Education Department at AULA because it has solidified my practice as a social justice educator.

Kerry is a Humanities Teacher at Topanga Mountain School. Kerry’s interests include camping, Islamic History & Social Justice Education.

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