A conversation with Heather Hebard about the social justice implications behind how literacy is defined and taught.
World Teachers’ Day, observed annually on October 5th, is a global event that honors the invaluable contributions of educators and teachers to society. This occasion, established by UNESCO in 1994, underscores the crucial role teachers play in shaping the future through the dissemination of knowledge and the nurturing of personal and intellectual growth in students.
Victoria Chang, the prominent poet and Antioch MFA core faculty is a longtime advocate for “literary citizenship”—she says we ought to create writing worlds full of collaboration, generosity, and mutual…
So today, we’re re-releasing this conversation about how Antioch University’s values of promoting social, economic, and environmental justice have been put to the test and the vital role Chancellor Groves believes higher education plays in building and maintaining democracy through educating voters and taking thoughtful stands on social injustices.