Meg Escudé is a phd student in the Learning Sciences and Human Development cluster. Her research engages community-based afterschool educators in the co-development of liberatory learning experiences for young people. Meg has over 12 years of experience as an educator and program director in which she worked to create out-of-school learning environments that honor the diverse ways in which non-dominant children and youth express their brilliance, particularly in work that intersects STEM, cultural practice, and art.
Specializations and Interests
Participatory Design Research, Community-engaged Scholarship, Inquiry, Informal Learning Environments, Equity and Education