Meg Goldner Rabinowitz, Assistant Head of School at The Northwest School for the Arts, Humanities, and the Environment, is deeply dedicated to conversations about teaching and learning. As a social justice educator, her lens on equity and inclusion is an essential component to her perspective.
Meg taught for 30 years as a teacher of Literature, Humanities, and Media Studies at Germantown Friends School, a Quaker school in Philadelphia. Meg also spent ten years teaching in the Teacher Education Program at the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, and she continues to see tremendous value in teacher inquiry and reflection into their classroom practices. Meg has recently moved from East coast to West, from Philadelphia to Seattle, and is loving the incredible natural beauty and the access to mountains and water in such close proximity, not to mention the salmon is the best she has ever tasted.