History education and reconciliation in (post)conflict societies

This essay by Jamie Wise considers the role of history education in shaping collective memory and intergroup relations in (post)conflict contexts. History education intersects with peace education by focusing on how narratives about past violence are invoked and constructed in (post)conflict educational settings.

Who is Most Affected by the School to Prison Pipeline?

How can educators end the school-to-prison pipeline? The first step is considering an alternative approach to school discipline. American University’s Doctorate in Education Policy & Leadership program has developed a concise guide and infographic for further learning.

Disarming Hearts and Minds

George E. Griener, Pierre Thompson & Elizabeth Weinberg explore the dual role of hibakusha, with some advocating for the total elimination of nuclear arms, while others dedicated their lives to the much less visible effort of transforming the hearts and minds. Thus, the legacy of the hibakusha can be fully appreciated by examining both manifestations of their leadership in the nuclear age.

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