Howard and Students Publish Article in British Journal of Educational Studies

Adam Howard, professor of education, and three former students have published an article in the British Journal of Educational Studies titled “In service of the Western world: Global citizenship education within a Ghanaian elite context.” Coauthored by Pat Dickert ’18, Gerald Owusu ’17, and DeVaughn Riley ’18, the paper “employs postcolonial perspectives to examine the possibilities and...

Howard Essay in Vox; Interview With Salon and Fifteen Minutes

Professor of Education Adam Howard has a first-person essay in Vox about his research on the culture at elite schools and how it relates to the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh. “The culture of elite schools encourages sexual assaults and humiliation as well as covering them up,” Howard wrote Sept. 27. “As Kavanaugh himself put it during a speech...

Howard Interviews on NPR, Publishes Paper, Is Nominated for 21st Century Award

Professor of Education Adam Howard was interviewed Sept. 21 on NPR’s Here and Now show in an episode titled “‘Incredible’ Privilege At Elite Prep Schools Like Those Kavanaugh And His Accuser Attended.” Howard, who studies privilege and elite secondary education, commented on the role schools play for elite people. “Part of what elite schools do is teach students...

Brown and Ray ’93 in Bangor Daily News Story on Fixing Rural Education

Professor of Education Lyn Mikel Brown and Brittany Ray ’93, P’18 were included in a Bangor Daily News story about a new program called TREE, Transforming Rural Experience in Education. The article looks how the program strives to improve the odds of students in poor, rural towns in Washington County, Maine, by using brain science to...