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Antioch University New England (AUNE) offers a transformative education for passionate students who want to make a difference in the world. AUNE’s rigorous, socially relevant, practice-oriented graduate school programs help students and alumni create lasting change. Through a learner-centered approach, students achieve the knowledge and skills to advance social, economic, and environmental justice. Study at AUNE. Be a power for change.
Antioch University New England (AUNE) turns 50 this year and is planning a celebration on April 16-19, 2015 that will recognize its past, embrace its mission, reconnect old friends, and leave a new legacy through a community service project. View the schedule now!
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Join us for an after-school event with filmmaker Dan Habib, creator of the films, Including Samuel and Who Cares About Kelsey?
Habib will draw on his experiences as a parent and filmmaker to talk about how the spirit of inclusion can become part of our community culture.
Join us for a conversation featuring stories of heart and courage from Dan Habib and members of our local community.
For too long we have had two separate educational systems: general education and special education, existing in schools beside one another. In order to serve all children it is essential that we uncover and challenge the practices that segregate by academic and social ability. Dan Habib will talk about how we can disable that segregation.
Who should attend?
Teachers, parents, counselors, administrators, social service providers, and anyone interested in how people with differing abilities are included in our lives and our culture should attend. AUNE’s Applied Psychology and Education departments offer graduate level programs including an Autism Spectrum Disorders certificate and Elementary/Special Education teacher licensure. For 50 years Antioch has been making a difference in the lives of children and families.