Dr. Stuart Grauer
Dr. Stuart Grauer is the founder and Head of The Grauer School. Dr. Grauer’s expertise in education leadership is recognized regionally and globally. Before opening The Grauer School in 1991, he was director of the International School of Basel in Switzerland. He has taught at both US International University and University of California, San Diego, specializing in international education and teacher development.
Dr. Grauer is a regular Chairman of School Evaluation Committees for the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). He also is a member of the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development, and of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. He is the founder of the Coalition of Small Preparatory Schools.
He was awarded a Fulbright Teaching Fellowship in 2007. He was named Peacemaker of the Year by Encinitas Rotary International, as well as one of San Diego Magazine’s 50 People to Watch in 2008.
Dr. Grauer has a deep commitment to humanitarianism, and as a result has established humanitarian and ecological programs in his local community and on all continents of the world during the past three decades.
He enjoys philosophy, travel, surfing, skiing, music, writing/literature, tennis and art.
Dr. Grauer is releasing a collection of essays, Real Teachers: True Stories of Renegade Educators, which addresses questions such as: What is an authentic education? What is a school? What is a real teacher?
Read more about Real Teachers and related events here.
Long Stories Told by Stuart Grauer: