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TEACHing for Change

A = Active Civic Engagement

Understanding that as agents of change we are responsible for developing opportunities and possibilities for those that may appear to be disadvantages or marginalized (and understanding that none of us can do this alone).

Active Civic Engagement
Education is fundamentally a community activity. From student to teacher, from parent to child, from citizen to representative, education forms a bridge between us. Nurturing and preserving a vibrant learning community, then, becomes a critical resonsibility of all educational institution. The College of Education takes great pride in its community activities and is committed to weaving such involvement not only in its overall curricular philosophy, but also in daily operations. Actice civic engagement provides a foundation for mutual educational support, and makes possible broader efforts to address marginalized people and social issues.

TEACHing For Change - The Rest of the Story

Read more about the overall philosophy behind TEACHing for change...and explore what the remaining letters mean.