Community-Based Learning Helps Students Understand Education Reform

Inspired by a session led by the Center for Social Justice Teaching, Research, and Service (CSJ) at our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), Doug Reed (Government) decided to integrate community-based learning into his Politics of Education course.  His students tutor elementary school students through CSJ's DC Reads program. You can read more about Reed's class here.

Inspired by a session led by the Center for Social Justice Teaching, Research, and Service (CSJ) at our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), Doug Reed (Government) decided to integrate community-based learning into his Politics of Education course.

Inspired by a session led by the Center for Social Justice Teaching, Research, and Service (CSJ) at our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), Doug Reed (Government) decided to integrate community-based learning into his Politics of Education course. ┬áHis students tutor elementary school students through CSJ’s DC Reads program.

You can read more about Reed’s class here.