The San Mateo County Solutionary Fair is a showcase of student solutions to local and global problems, on May 22, 2021, from 10-12pm. The Fair has posted call-outs for K-12 student leaders who have identified inhumane, unsustainable systems and developed solutions that are healthy for people, animals, and the environment. Project proposals must be submitted by May 14, 2021. Visit San Mateo County Office of Education for more details.
This article by HEART Senior Program Director Kim Korona gives us a look into how educators can shift their anti-racist perspectives into action. A must read!
Natalie Krivas, a secondary school educator, is currently completing a Ph.D. in Managing Organizational Systems, specializing in Humane Education at Saybrook University. She has a B.Ed. in Teaching English as a Second Language from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, an M.Ed. in Humane Education from Valparaiso University, and several years of teaching experience in primary, secondary, and post-secondary environments. Natalie's students and peers are the core of her evolution as a human(e) educator; without them, she would be lost in an ocean of theory. Natalie strives daily to improve herself as a collaborator with the goal of of finding solutions to the world's many issues.