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Dr. Susan Finley, Associate Professor of Education at Washington State University Vancouver is the Founding Director of AHAS. The AHAS curriculum design introduced by Susan Finley is based in the concepts of empowerment and democratic education and utilizes hands-on and arts-integrated learning approaches in all of its programs. The AHAS umbrella of programs began in 2002 with the AHAS Summer Program and the project to offer tutoring in shelters. Teachers in AHAS programs are guided by the educational theories of critical pedagogy conceptualized in the works of Paulo Freire.

WASHOUGAL — Thanks to a grant from the Camas-Washougal Community Chest, as well as donations from the General Federation of Read more
Clark College recently received certification of three new Career Launch programs. The new programs offer an Associate in Applied Technology Read more
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Battle Ground Public Schools’ new middle school sexual health education curriculum took a step closer to being approved following Monday Read more
The new way forward in the fast-growing Ridgefield School District now includes the power of online curriculum. During a topsy-turvy Read more
Clark College announced Friday the hiring of Galina Burley as its executive vice president of operations. Burley, a Clark alumna, Read more
CAMAS — In the weeks following a heated May 10 Camas School Board meeting featuring a group of vocal Camas-area Read more
BATTLE GROUND — Prairie High School Drama Club students gave it their all to put together a play, “Drama’s Rotten Read more
RIDGEFIELD — South Ridge Elementary School teachers Chelsea Tipton and Jennifer Stinson worked together to host an end-of-year carnival that Read more
WASHOUGAL — Students in the Introduction to Culinary and Advanced Culinary classes at Washougal High School will have access to Read more