MEd Student Alyson Bull Featured on Vermont Public Radio

Springfield, Vermont’s historic Park Street School is closing and AUNE MEd student Alyson Bull and her fourth graders are working hard to preserve the notable structure’s past. Alyson, as part of her AUNE Experienced-Educator practicum, is guiding her fourth-graders in an oral-history project that includes interviewing Park Street alumni and past teachers. This wonderful example of place-based education in action has been covered by Vermont Public Radio and The Rutland Herald.

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