Floor Plan!

By // July 7, 2015

In this new adventure of opening a center for personalized education, Josiah and I knew that there would be challenges.  Some things we could imagine, and we’ve had experience with, like working with teens and families, building and connecting with community, developing a staff… We knew hypothetically that there would be challenges previously unimagined, but we did not ever guess … Read More

Is STEM education “dangerous”?

By // April 2, 2015

We hear a lot about so-called STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and math) these days in conversations about education. Over the past decade there has been a noticeable national shift toward focusing on improving our input–educational programs and resources–and output–successful graduates–within STEM areas. As the United States lags behind other countries in certain measures of student performance in these fields, there … Read More