Tagged: Education

Education in the Developing World

By Alisha Parikh, SED 2017 Last semester, taking the course IR/SO242: Globalization and World Poverty, was both eye-opening and thought-provoking. Discussions centered on a variety of issues affecting the countries in the poorer part of the world – the developing countries. One such issue we discussed was that of culture and education in third world countries. Because I […]

Top Three Reasons Why I (and You) Should Want to Work with Children

By Noah Segal, SED 2017 1. If you are a guy, you are going to get a job. If you’re a guy and you are willing to work with children in any capacity, then the chances of you not finding a job right out of college are slim. Women significantly out number men in the […]

Educators Rising

By Emma Preston, SED 2016 In the School of Education course “The Civic Context of Education,” last year, one of my classmates brought up an important, yet disturbing point: we, as teachers, don’t often encourage our children to become teachers. When we give children examples of what they can do with what they are learning, […]