Educational Praxis Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 261
2588 Westminster West Road Putney VT 05346 USA
Bring people of diverse communities together through direct educational activities to develop solidarity among learning-teaching centers around the world. The educational activities of praxis promotes critical reflection, economic equity and security ecological consciousness, cultural groundings and creative action for the purpose of addressing schisms of class, race, caste and gender.
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Over the years, my work with Educational Praxis transformed from, initially, a 6-month practicum for a graduate school requirement, into a life-long commitment to the work and the organization itself. For more than 10 years, members of Praxis, all of whom are volunteers, provide the best examples of concrete and visionary work in their local communities in the US , India and many other countries. Through their daily work as outstanding educators, leaders in various events and fearless advocates for the poor and oppressed, my colleagues has had a great impact on the communities in India, Tanzania, China, Japan and the U.S. In spite of everyone’s busy schedules they devote a tremendous amount of their personal time and financial means to the Praxis work. They believe that our task as learners, teachers and just human beings is to support and strengthen the best of human experience and actively oppose its worst actions. I believe that their work for Praxis is the best example.
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