Service Learning News
Ravi Reddy '90 and Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn discuss their inspiration for starting a school in Tanzania. "We all made a pact together that we're going to build a school for these children," said Reddy.
Ibram X. Kendi’s ‘How to Be an Antiracist’ made me, a black educator, change my definition of racism | Perspective. Read Brendon Jobs' Opinion piece in the Philadelphia Inquirer >
V Former (junior) Kieran Dias-Lalcaca is one of 20 students in the Philadelphia metro area selected as a 2019 Germination Project Fellow. The Germination Project was founded in 2015 by the Pamela and Ajay Raju Foundation, which aims to re-establish Philadelphia as a global force in policy, commerce, and culture. Thirteen Haverford School students have been accepted as Fellows since the program’s inception.
In the history classes I teach, I begin with a digital dialogue called “What Gives Us Pause.” Before we begin formal instruction, I invite students to share with each other the social and political currents that worry them most, or make them most hopeful for the future. This dialogue unleashes a flood of student voices. Read the opinion piece in the Inquirer >