Community-engaged education bridges the divide between academia (PK-16) and activism by exploring how schools and communities can partner with one other for mutual benefit. The Master of Arts program in Community-Engaged Education & Social Change trains educators who understand the critical intersections across learning, teaching, and local community.
Designed for students interested in nonprofit, educational, and public-service careers, this experiential degree program allows students to participate in community-campus partnerships to exercise alternative and critical pedagogies.
A review of the MA program, application requirements and deadlines will be presented.
Please join us for an information session at Claremont Graduate University.
If you are interested in our TEACHER EDUCATION programs, or attending an Information Session, please contact Rachel Camacho at (909) 607-9418, or email her at email@example.com.
*Light refreshments served.