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How do we ensure that equity is at the heart of every policy and that each student can positively affirm “Yes!” to the questions “Am I being seen?” and “Am I being heard?”


John Camp

Head of Teaching & Learning; Humanities Teacher

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Camp (as he goes by) has been teaching in independent schools for over 25 years. His experience includes English and writing classes as well as interdisciplinary courses such as “The Art and Physics of Time Travel.” At St. Mark’s School, which bestowed him with The Trustees Chair and the Kidder Faculty Prize, Camp served as the Director of Experiential Learning and Associate Director of The Center of Innovation in Teaching and Learning. A pair of his pedagogical mantras include “I aim to teach what cannot be Googled” and “I expect you to work hard, so I work hard.”


B.A. English/Creative Writing, Middlebury College; M.A.L.S., Dartmouth College


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