Educators for These Times

Addressing enduring questions about schooling, human rights, the teaching profession, and social justice while promoting an invigorated democratic role for public education in the city of Los Angeles

Teaching & Learning

Through community education initiatives and graduate-level coursework and programming, Bard develops and support educators working in public institutions. More than 100 Bard alumni/ae now serve in educational roles throughout Southern California, expanding opportunity and re-imagining ways schools can support a more sustainable, inclusive democracy.

Policy & Practice

Members of the Bard community work in communities alongside partners ambitious about finding creative solutions to educational inequity. In addition to encouraging innovative instructional practices, our programs seek to address the most pressing issues in schools today by exploring policies that draw from Bard's history advocating for human rights and a rich liberal arts education for all students.

Dates & Deadlines

May 7: Summer Session Begins
May 8: EPiC Meeting (6pm)
May 11-12: Feminist Poetics/Pedagogies
August 15: Job/Placements Begin
September 5: Fall Session Begins
Now: Poster Information