Zoe Weil’s New Book Calls for An Education Revolution
How can we create a just, healthy, and humane world? What is the path to developing sustainable energy, food, transportation,…
What Solutionary Learning Can Look Like: 4 Stories
by Zoe Weil Transforming our educational system won’t be easy, but I believe that it is the most important and…
Educating a Generation of Solutionaries
by  Zoe Weil The consequences of continuing to pursue our current educational path include more disengaged children, more demoralized…
I Am a Humane Educator: Pierce Delahunt
Pierce Delahunt, New Yorker and IHE M.Ed. student, developed a passion for revolutionary education that grew from his own education…
Turning a Bump on a Flight into $35,000
I spent last week in meetings for the preK-12 Solutionary School that the Institute for Humane Education is planning to…
Children Will Inherit the Earth, Here’s How We Can Make Sure They’re Prepared
For today’s blog post, we wanted to share a recent post IHE president Zoe Weil wrote for One Green Planet,…
Why Lasting Peace Begins with the Children
Like most people, I have followed the recent news, heartsick by the deaths of so many — so many children…
Buck Institute for Education’s Project-Based Learning for the 21st Century
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Although not directly related to humane education, project-based learning is a great model for infusing humane education into the classroom.…
Expeditionary Learning Schools
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Although not strictly related to humane education, the philosophy for expeditionary learning schools includes important overlap. In EL schools students…
Reimagining Education and Learning: A Year at Mission Hill
We spend a lot of time in our national conversations about education (via the media) talking about what’s wrong. What’s…
The Purpose of Education — Meet Chris Thinnes
I was recently introduced to educator Chris Thinnes’ work and writing through an essay he wrote for GOOD. Eager to…
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly About Bullying Prevention in Schools
We’re fans of the pro-hero approach, rather than using an anti-bullying framework,  but given that most educational institutions still think…