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“The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.”

— Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Perhaps the most powerful aspect of the personal narrative is not in the content itself, but in the act of telling those very stories and having an audience that places value in listening to those stories. The purpose of Voices in Education is to provide a platform to facilitate just that.

Voices in Education is an attempt to rebalance the dominant narratives that drive education policy, Educational Technology (EdTech), education research and the many other pieces that contribute to our broader systems of education. By bringing together a diversity of voices–through interviews and reflections–this platform aims to allow the personal narrative to become a powerful driving force in social change.


Recent Posts-

Interview with Almaden Country Day School (ACDS) Head of School, Dr. Olaf Jorgenson

Olaf Jorgenson has been the Head of School at Almaden Country Day School (ACDS) for the last 9 years. ACDS is
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Interview with Almaden Country Day School  (ACDS) Head of School, Dr. Olaf Jorgenson

What does bottom-up, teacher-centered education policy change look like?

Now that I have been in Helsinki for over a month, I have had time to get situated within my
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What does bottom-up, teacher-centered education policy change look like?

Interview with Professor of Chicana/o Latina/o Studies, Gilda Ochoa

Gilda Ochoa is a professor of Chicana/o Latina/o Studies at Pomona College, where she has taught for the last 20
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Interview with Professor of Chicana/o Latina/o Studies, Gilda Ochoa

Interview with NetWings Corps Co-Founder, Jacqueline Martinez

Impassioned by the opportunity to develop and deploy effective, innovative, and human centric solutions to both local and global challenges
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Interview with NetWings Corps Co-Founder, Jacqueline Martinez

Recommended Readings on Finnish Education System

Today marked my first day working with the LUMA Centre research group at the University of Helsinki. I thought that before
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Recommended Readings on Finnish Education System

Why Finland?

One of the first questions I receive when I mention to anyone that I will be moving to Finland for
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Why Finland?

Interview with Educator and Teacher Mentor, Viviana Montoya-Hernandez Torres

For the inaugural interview, I interviewed a model educator who has a contagious love of education. She inspires others to
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Interview with Educator and Teacher Mentor, Viviana Montoya-Hernandez Torres