‘How can we be silent?’: Mennonite education is more important now than ever, says executive director of Mennonite Education Agency

Carlos Romero is Executive Director of Mennonite Education Agency. This article originally ran in the January issue of The Mennonite magazine, focused on education.  I can’t remember living in a ... read more about ‘How can we be silent?’: Mennonite education is more important now than ever, says executive director of Mennonite Education Agency

English language learners benefit from EMU educators influenced by Anabaptist values in Harrisonburg, Virginia, reports researcher in Sojourners magazine

In a time of rapid change and new demographics in the United States, some communities are better equipped to respond to integration of non-English-speaking immigrant and refugee populations. Because of ... read more about English language learners benefit from EMU educators influenced by Anabaptist values in Harrisonburg, Virginia, reports researcher in Sojourners magazine

Graduate program in restorative justice, building on Howard Zehr’s legacy, is the first of its kind in North America

In the fall of 2016, Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) debuted an expanded course catalog featuring its new MA in Restorative Justice program. In keeping with ... read more about Graduate program in restorative justice, building on Howard Zehr’s legacy, is the first of its kind in North America

Restorative Justice in Education Academy draws educators from six states for introduction into creating socially just, equitable learning environments

Jonathan Stith invoked civil rights leader Ella Baker in his keynote address at Eastern Mennonite University’s Restorative Justice in Education Academy last week. Stith, who is national coordinator at the ... read more about Restorative Justice in Education Academy draws educators from six states for introduction into creating socially just, equitable learning environments