Do We Need an Approach to Diversity and Inclusion?
In this clip from the Montessorium panel, Rethinking DEI in Schools: Systemic vs. Individualized Approaches, the HGE Diversity and Inclusion Advisory addresses a fundamental question: is there a need for an approach to diversity and inclusion?
Higher Ground's Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Team
Higher Ground’s Approach to Identity
A humanistic approach to identity: creating meaning in work, finding belonging in our common nature, and conceptualizing oneself over time.
Enchantment and Social-Emotional Learning in Times of Strife: A Conversation with Chloé Valdary
Chloe Valdary, developer of The Theory of Enchantment, joins Dr. Matt Bateman to discuss the Social-Emotional development of children and the role of educators in helping them develop healthy, happy relationships with themselves and others, and reach their maximum potential.
- Core Philosophy
Culture of Work, Culture of Knowledge
Knowledge and work—thought and action—are the two fundamental manifestations of human agency. An education that supports agency does so by embodying a culture of knowledge and a culture of work.