Katy Farber

Assistant Professor

Katy Farber is an assistant professor of Education at Saint Michael’s College in Vermont. She has over 25 years of education experience, including 19 years as a teacher, and four as a professional development coordinator at the University of Vermont’s Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education. Katy has authored or co-authored four books about education, including Why Great Teachers Quit and How We Might Stop the Exodus (Corwin Press); Real and Relevant: A Guide to Service and Project-Based Learning (Rowman & Littlefield); Change the World with Service Learning (Rowman & Littlefield), and Personalized Learning in the Middle Grades (Harvard Education Press). Katy regularly writes for educational websites and journals, presents at state and national conferences, and collaborates with teachers.

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