Vol 1 Issue 3-From the Editor

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesAntwan Jefferson, PhD It’s been a while. Since we last published a full issue of this community-based education journal, a global pandemic reached the shores of the US landing as close to home as our families, friends, coworkers, neighbors, strangers. And, the long history Read more…

Vol 1 Issue 3-Main Article

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesNew RealitiesBy | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver For many of us, when thinking back to our school days, people and places come to mind: former teachers, coaches, classmates, classrooms, playgrounds, sporting events. For many students today, their memories of school will differ significantly, Read more…

Photo By Bryant Jefferson: I chose to take this picture because no matter who you are or where you live, COVID-19 has greatly impacted everyone’s way of life and how they interact with others.

Vol 1 Issue 3-Educator Perspective

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesEducator PerspectiveBy | Yuzo Nieto In response to the intriguing set of ideas presented in this article, my humble perspective as an educator, educational leader, graduate student and parent of two elementary-aged children is to agree with much of what has been discussed here. Read more…

Vol 1 Issue 3-Scholar Perspective

Adjusting to new social and educational realitiesScholar PerspectiveBy | Willam Anderson The US experience with the COVID-19 pandemic (itself resulting in the loss of more than 210,000 lives) has come with a laundry list of other challenges: economic and employment catastrophe, social isolation, schools in disarray, and a restructuring of Read more…