Arnold Heller earned B. A. (1968) and Masters of Education (1971) degrees from Pace University, New York City, and a Ph. D. from Georgia State University in Atlanta (1978) for Curriculum & Instruction and taught in the Atlanta Public Schools (1972 – 2004) Northside (1978 – 92) and North Atlanta High Schools (1992 – 2004).

 

Arnold Heller, Ph. D., educator, specializes in:
  • Developing innovative social studies and global entrepreneurship programs for high schools
  • Establishing / developing sister cities programs, commissions, committees
  • Preparing groups / organizations to plan, engage, and host student exchanges of varying sizes, missions and themes

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  • Received many awards for excellence in academic, entrepreneurship, international education

     

  • Organized / facilitated / hosted 25 student exchanges 1989 – 2011 including 6 super-exchanges

     

  • Coordinated major Atlanta forum 1980 – 2004: Distinguished Lecturer & Critical Issues Seminar Series

     

  • Doctoral Dissertation (1978) produced a statistically valid prejudice reduction treatment and tools for measuring success of school’s infusion of multi-cultural education applications / processes into the curriculum stream.

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  • American Councils for International Education, ACTR – ACCELS, Fulbright Teacher Exchange to Karagonda, Kazakhstan Oct. 18 – Nov. 1, 1999

     

  • Kezai Koho Center (Japan Institute for Social & Economic Affairs) Study Tour of Japan – Fellowship Programs for American, Australian, British and Canadian Social Studies Educators

     

  • Northside School of the Arts Tour Show Student Exchange with Moscow Aviation Institute’s Soviet Youth Visa group Dec. 22, 1989 – Jan. 6, 1990.  Received $51,000 Coca Cola Foundation grant and $17,000 Anne Cox Chambers grant to fund the exchange featured in One Moment in Time video.