I am an educational advocate seeking to share my opinion on how to reform the education system to benefit all students and not just a select number. I participated in a service-learning trip to the Gulf Coast in 2006, where I learned about their poor education system. Since then I have been on a mission to find educational alternatives that invites students to facilitate their learning process and allows them to participate in experiential learning models. After attending grad school and learning the in’s and out’s of the american education system and its rampant inequalities, I am on a mission toward ensuring that every child has access to a high-quality K-12 education that allows them to be competent and capable upon graduation.
In short, I am a champion for service-learning and community-based research to be included in all levels of education. My goal is to use this blog as a platform to highlight important articles in education reform in hopes of improving the system and supporting allies in the movement.