March 7, 2023 You must have heard about the debacle with the AP African American History class. Rest assured, I am not going to rehash it. Instead, this wholly predictable
The Role of Visual Arts Competencies in Embedding Belonging, Diversity and Identity, Part 3 | Jude Ross | 7 Min Read
February 23, 2023 To quickly review: the first article focused on how to embed Identity and the second article addressed how to add Diversity to the traditional visual arts curriculum.
December 19, 2022 Before opening a textbook or pondering pedagogy, there are several practices that instructors can adopt to set the stage for an inclusive and supportive classroom culture. This
November 28, 2022 In November 2022, I was given the opportunity to write about my thoughts regarding affirmative action for colleges and independent schools. While I eagerly accepted that challenge,
November 17, 2022 If you have been asked ‘No where are you really from?’ recently, it is probably still rankling. At times, your struggle to belong is raised by someone
November 9, 2022 Dear Reader, I hope that this message finds you well. Have you ever stopped to consider what your life might be like in 2050? Today, I would
October 31, 2022 The expectations gap is something that we all know exists within the realm of special education, yet very few call it out. Parents are weary from years
October 26, 2022 My years of facilitating discussion in middle and high school Humanities classrooms taught me to wince at the phrase: “I have a quote.” Just as bad? “My
October 13, 2022 Recently, I received a note asking Intrepid to write about a specific free speech/academic freedom issue that occurred at Milton Academy (MA) in April 2022. Events at
September 26, 2022 It’s back-to-school season! Like mud season is accepted by the locals in mountain locales, back-to-school season is accepted by education professionals and students all over the world.