Earl R. Andrews, M.Ed.
Social Sciences Department Chair, Moderator for FBLA
An East Sacramento native, Earl Andrews graduated in 1980 from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Affairs (Economics, Political Science, and Sociology). His undergraduate thesis, “Lending Policies of Banking Institutions in Illinois Toward Solar and Renewable Energy Homes,” initiated his first career in marketing planning and research in the energy and communication utility industries.
Rekindling a long-held desire to teach, Mr. Andrews left the corporate world in 1995 for the Waldorf Teacher Training Program at the Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, California. He joined the faculty of the Davis Waldorf School in 1997, teaching grades five through eight, and serving as Chairperson of the Faculty Council.
Mr. Andrews joined the faculty of Jesuit High School in 2003, teaching Global Studies and Economics. His co-curricular responsibilities include moderating the Jesuit chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America.
Mr. Andrews serves as the Social Sciences Department Chair. A member of the National Council for the Social Studies, the Council for Economic Education, and the Global Association of Teachers of Economics, Mr. Andrews holds a Clear California Teaching Credential in Social Science with an Emphasis in Cross-Cultural, Language and Academic Development, and the degree of Master of Education in Cross-Cultural Teaching from National University. Mr. Andrews also periodically sings with the Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra, and enjoys travelling especially in Mexico.
- Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Affairs (Economics, Political Science, and Sociology), University of Chicago, 1980
- Undergraduate thesis, “Lending Policies of Banking Institutions in Illinois Toward Solar and Renewable Energy Homes,” June 1980
- Waldorf Teacher Training Program, Rudolf Steiner College, Fair Oaks, California, 1997
- Clear California Teaching Credential in Social Science with an Emphasis in Cross-Cultural, Language and Academic Development, 2003
- Master of Education in Cross-Cultural Teaching, National University, 2003
- Future Business Leaders of America, Jesuit Chapter