Archaeology is one of the best examples of STEM education you can find. But it can take a lot of effort to get meaningful programming, access, and opportunity into communities as it relates to archaeology and local history.
Joining us to talk about this is Dr. Alexandra Jones. She’s the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Archaeology in the Community and is an education leader focused on community outreach and service.
We talk about how she started getting archaeology-based education into schools without giving teachers more work, what motivated her to start this nonprofit in the first place, and why it’s so important to get kids learning about archaeology.
To learn more, visit: http://pastfoundation.org/ (pastfoundation.org)
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandra-jones-phd-rpa-79203162/ (linkedin.com/in/alexandra-jones-phd-rpa-79203162)
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