Notre Dame International, in conjunction with other campus departments and organizations, is celebrating International Education Week (IEW) from November 18-22. Our education system should inspire students to become lifelong learners, and it should preserve the rights of parents to play an active role in educating their children, facilitate dynamic teaching styles that fit individual students, and free students to pursue their passions.
From study in Bhutan, to sea turtle egg collection in Taiwan, to treating Elephants in Thailand, and studying design in Europe, students share from their wide array of experiences and provide a vision for what is possible for other students at UC Davis.
2019 Download HERE the InSEA Poster A1 for the 2019 International week of Arts Education (size A1) And Distribute it in your workplace Download HERE the InSEA Postcard for the 2019 International week of Arts Education and send it to as many people as possible.
Advocates work to secure equity in access to arts education and articulate the role of the arts as a pathway to academic success, specifically in the education of students of color, students in rural communities, students who are classified as low-SES, English Language Learners, or those who require special education.
For example, seizing upon the examples set by Grand Commanders Moore and Cowles – that freedom is the most significant blessing any man can enjoy – Brook Hays, a Thirty-Third degree Scottish Rite Mason and Arkansas congressman literally sacrificed his political career for Public Schools.