How does the Internet bring communities together—and divide them? In what ways might social media serve as an agent for change and reconstruction of our identities? How have marginalized communities found a digital voice?
by Genevieve J. Long Lewis & Clark graduate school faculty, students, and alumni—particularly those associated with the Doctor of Education in Leadership program—are playing key roles in envisioning greater equity in Oregon’s schools.
Just a few months ago, Lewis & Clark professor of education Zaher Wahab was asked to take on a nearly impossible assignment—come to Kabul immediately and work with the deputy minister of education to revise Afghanistan’s literacy plan.