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          Chautauqua

          This summer, as a number of police killings and other injustices have reshaped national dialogues around race relations and criminal justice reform, I have found it difficult being  away from the classroom. In 2014, when Mike Brown was killed by the police in...

          Silver Lining of Teaching Online

          At Academe, as is the story with so many schools around the world, the transition to online learning was sudden and unexpected. I recall scrambling on the last day of in-person classes to distribute copies of 1984 and The Stranger to students, not knowing when I would...

          Academe Community

          Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion builds a community that welcomes difference, celebrates civil discourse, demonstrates problem solving, encourages student initiatives, and promotes empathy. The goal of Academe of the Oaks’ pedagogy is not simply to...

          Project Week

          We had six groups with students from all four grades and the assignment was ‘Water”. Our students jumped right into it – Academe students are able to do that – and came up with the most interesting and multi-faceted projects and research results. The projects ranged...

          Model United Nations

            At GSUMUN 2019, we encountered an immensely rigorous two days of work. The peers we established newfound relationships with motivated us to contribute to the hard work at hand. Throughout the long hours of debate, we learned more than we thought we ever would...

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