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Sarah is Fieldwork Coordinator and Place-Based Education Specialist for The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science, so for regular fieldwork updates, please visit The Cottonwood School of Civics and Science “Stories from the Field” page.


Joining School and Community: Supporting Place-based Educators

Activating Curiosity: Oregon Historical Society K–12 Curriculum

Think Out Loud interview about Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs curriculum with Dr. Darrell Millner, June 6, 2019

Interview on Education Talk Radio:

Interview on Community Hotline with Cottonwood School Board Member, Sade Rivers:

Community Hotline 3_4_20 Cottonwood School of Civics and Science from MetroEast Community Media.


Sarah Anderson was on a panel following a keynote by David Sobel entitled “Making School More Like a Farmer’s Market”

Keynote address at Antioch University’s Inside Outside Conference

October 24, 2020

Fostering Civic Action through Local History – Sarah Anderson

July, 2020

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