Dr. Walter Enloe

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Dr. Walter Enloe is Professor Emeritus at Hamline University after forty five years of teaching and leadership. He began his career at the Paideia School in Atlanta teaching K-12 and earning his doctorate in human studies at Emory University. For several years he taught the normative child development rotation for pediatric and child psychiatry residents at Emory’s medical school, and consulted a county health department on children mental health in daycare centers. In 1980 he became lead teacher and headmaster of Hiroshima International School, Japan and over the next eight years helped to establish HIS as the “international school of peace and culture.” He came to the University of Minnesota in 1988 to direct the rural component of the National Models School Project in Global Education under the leadership of John Goodlad. Over the next six years he worked closely with schools developing multicultural and international programs, was the university liaison forone of the pilot schools in Ernest Boyer’s Basic School network, and partnered with Harry Boyte’s Center for Democracy and Citizenship in the H.H Humphrey Institute.

He joined the Hamline faculty in 1994 and for the past twenty three years co-created and co-developed the university’s MAED and EDD Learning Community programs. He began working with public chartering in the 1990s and consulted on developing Twin Cities Academy and Avalon School; he has worked as a consultant and board member for EdVisions since 2001. His professional work-life may be found at www.walterenloe.com