A conversation with Susan Dreyer Leon about mindfulness and how this practice can be a valuable approach for teachers to bring compassion and nonreactiveness into their classrooms.
A conversation with Terry Ratcliff about the power and place of continuing education for universities and life-long learners.
Three Antiochian educators discuss their work making education more just—and more effective.
There’s a quiet epidemic wiping out school librarian positions across the U.S. Between 2015 and 2019, the number of librarians declined by 20%, and one in five school librarian positions was eliminated entirely.
For those of us who have been shut out of higher education in the past, the path back to being a successful student is full of obstacles. The right support can make this a little easier, though. In this episode, we explore this question with Russell Thornhill and Kathryn Pope, the Co-Directors of the BRIDGE program on Antioch’s Los Angeles campus—a financially free program that has helped over 700 students gain experience and credit studying at the college level. We try to answer how best to support each other as we advance in knowledge and power.