Author: Andreas Nolan

Education, Health, K - 12, Mental Health, Policy, Teaching, Uncategorized, Wellness

School Climate: Creating Spaces Conducive to Children’s Learning

We often talk about a student’s love of learning as being crucial for their success in school. But what about their love of school itself? In recent years, educators have begun thinking more and more about the impact that a school’s feeling can have on how well children perform, something […]

Cultural Preservation, Culture, Discrimination, Faculty, Human Rights, Identity, Language, Migration, Penn, Race

Past & Present: How Literature Informs Social Justice

“If you only read the kind of literature that reaffirms your preconceived ideas, then you end up in this very circular process—one in which you’re looking at art, literature for confirmation of preconceptions that you already have.” – Professor Lydie Moudileno Systems of privilege and social hierarchy don’t form overnight; […]