September 21, 2021

Building Bridges through Global Education

Written by Dr. Cristina Delano, Spanish Teacher at Jesuit High School Tampa. One of the most important goals of Jesuit education is the formation of “men and women for others.” We seek to educate students to live out their Christian faith in service and solidarity with the marginalized and oppressed not only in their own... View Article

Building Bridges through Global Education

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June 01, 2021

Communities that Teach Us Through Persistence

Written by Serena Cosgrove, PhD ([email protected]) Living in the small, rural community of Orinoco on the isolated Caribbean coast of southern Nicaragua, Mateo is a Garifuna leader and healer who uses ancestral medicine made from medicinal plants to promote the health of his community. He knows how important his teas and poultices are because often... View Article

Communities that Teach Us Through Persistence

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February 18, 2021

Linguistic Equality, a Precondition for Economic and Political Equity

In May of 2016, Dr. Michel DeGraff, responded to Danielle Allen’s, Director of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Professor of Government and Education, essay on What is Education For? He focused on linguistic equality as a precondition for political and economical equity. His response was originally posted on the Boston Review. Danielle Allen’s... View Article

Linguistic Equality, a Precondition for Economic and Political Equity

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