Monthly Archives: January 2018

Freeways and Country Lanes: A Rebirth of the Small Community School?

By STUART GRAUER Dr. Stuart Grauer is a teacher, the founding Head of School at The Grauer School, and Founder of The Small Schools Coalition. “Will metro areas evolve from the behemoths they are today into a series of smaller … Continue reading

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A Truly Fine Service-Learning Project

A truly fine service-learning project—now in progress—from CWI Summer EAST alum Kimby Heil’s students in Trenton, NJ. Kimy’s students are also currently working on an article for Community Works Journal. Look for that soon! learn more about service-learning at: http://www.cwinstitute.net … Continue reading

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Power, Love, Education and Justice for Liberation

By JEFFREY STANLEY Students at Brooklyn Friends School in Natania Kremer‘s Service and Justice Seminar participated in a pen pal program with a California prison inmate and joined with him in creating Power, Love, Education and Justice for Liberation. “I … Continue reading

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Hearing and Amplifying the Voices of those Living with HIV/AIDS: An Eighth Grade Student Project

By JOY ROBERTS and NATANIA KREMER, with RACHEL MAZOR Natania Kremer is the Director of Service Learning & Civic Engagement at Brooklyn Friends School in New York City. She is also Co-Chair of the Department of Equity, Justice, & Civic … Continue reading

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Brooklyn School in Solidarity with Immigrants and Refugees

By NATANIA KREMER Eighty students, faculty, and community members came together recently for “Brooklyn in Solidarity with Immigrants and Refugees: Turning Interscholastic Conversations into Collaborative Action.” Inspired by the collaboration of the heads of four Brooklyn independent schools, this joint … Continue reading

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