This summer, Pace University graduate students will be launching an exhibition of artifacts from education in response to their own pressing inquiry questions. As part of their course work in Foundations of Education with Dr. Tom Liam Lynch, students read the work of educational philosopher Maxine Greene and, in the spirit of aesthetic education philosophy, created museum-like exhibits that sought to give viewers a unique way for digital visitors to experience the breadth and depth that the field of education has too offer: historically, philosophically, and culturally.
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