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My Q&A with Swarthmore College

The good folks over at the Swarthmore Office of Communications asked me a few questions about Education in our Barrios Project, Philadelphia (@BarrioEdPHL) and the Critical Education Policy Studies group (@CritEduPolicy). The questions pushed me to reflect a bit more… Continue Reading →

Happy 60th Birthday Pops

Happy birthday pops. Today you would have been 60! Jen, Teo and I are ending a really great visit to California today. We are looking forward to eating some of your favorite fried chicken in your honor before we go!… Continue Reading →

It’s been one year…

We think about you everyday, but more so as we come up on a year since you’ve moved on. It’s been a year of tremendous change for all of us, and I so wish we could reach out to you… Continue Reading →

New Date: 4.16.15 Becoming Julia de Burgos: The Making of a Puerto Rican Icon – Book Talk by Author Vanessa Pérez Rosario

The Latin American Studies program, the Department of Educational Studies, ENLACE, the program in Spanish, the Gender & Sexualities Studies program, and the Department of English present: Becoming Julia de Burgos: The Making of a Puerto Rican Icon A Book… Continue Reading →

#TeacherLives Speaker Series

The #TeacherLives Speaker Series is a set of talks sponsored by the Department of Educational Studies at Swarthmore College. The series centers on the lives of teachers, topics and perspectives that intersect with teaching for social justice. Follow the ongoing… Continue Reading →

Thu. Mar 19th ILEANA JIMÉNEZ: Teaching Feminism in High School #TeacherLives Series @Swarthmore

The Educational Studies Dept’s #TeacherLives Speaker Series Presents ILEANA JIMÉNEZ Teacher, activist, and blogger Speaking about teaching feminism in high school   Thursday, March 19 4:30-6:30 PM Swarthmore College, Scheuer Room Description of Talk Ileana Jiménez, founder of the internationally… Continue Reading →

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