Regenerate and Reuse with Zero Waste Initiatives

This week is National Environmental Education Week, the largest organized environmental education event in the U.S., created to engage both students and local communities each year around the importance of protecting the natural world and its resources. Teaching students at a time in their lives when they can serve as future change agents is a […]

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The 5 Keys to Building a Better School

Reading, writing and arithmetic no longer fulfills the breadth of knowledge children need to succeed. Similarly, as technology and society evolve, so does our understanding of what a good educational facility really offers. In order to provide students with the tools they need and the proper environment to thrive, consider these five key components: 1. […]

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5 Websites for College Savers: Education Round-Up

5 Websites for College Savers. Figuring out how to get started on coming up with the cash to start saving for college is tough. Luckily, there are websites out there that can help you find details on college savings plans, future college costs. Read more at www.forbes.com How To Solve America’s Low-Skills Crisis. In the […]

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How to Raise a University’s Profile: Pricing and Packaging: Education Round-Up

How to Raise a University’s Profile: Pricing and Packaging. One day in 2013, I sat down in a Starbucks in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington with Hugh Moren, then a junior at the nearby George Washington University. I asked him how much money he was borrowing to go to college. Read more at www.nytimes.com […]

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Closing Education Gap Will Lift Economy, a Study Finds: Education Round-Up

Closing Education Gap Will Lift Economy, a Study Finds. Study after study has shown a yawning educational achievement gap between the poorest and wealthiest children in America. But what does this gap costs in terms of lost economic growth and tax revenue? Read more at www.nytimes.com Here Are The States That Spend The Most On […]

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Out of Tragedy, a Protective Glass for Schools: Education Round-Up

Out of Tragedy, a Protective Glass for Schools. In the two years since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., schools across the country have become more serious about safety. They have bought familiar items like surveillance cameras, panic buttons and key-card entry systems. More recent innovations include bulletproof whiteboards to help teachers […]

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