Encouraging girls and women to explore the world of STEM is a high priority in creating a gender equilibrium in this burgeoning field. A new book, Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the
Baltimore school deals with conflict by sending kids to the Mindful Moment Room instead of the principal's office
What if elementary school kids began each day with a mindfulness breathing exercise, had the option of taking yoga classes, and were sent to a relaxing room to chill and re-center themselves instead of
Heroic man sets up makeshift school under a bridge in New Delhi to educate India's underprivileged children
In many places throughout the world, going to school takes a backseat to more pressing necessities (such as helping parents farm, caring for young children in the home, and finding work at a very early
Kazoo Magazine, a print publication for girls ages 5-10 just debuted its inaugural issue. The brainchild of Editor-in-Chief, Erin Bried, who worked at Conde Nast for two decades on multiple magazines
Spin, rinse, study? School absenteeism has officially become a widespread issue in education with 11% of elementary school children and 18% of high schoolers missing 15 days or more of school each year.
The empty playground scene above has become all too common in today’s schools. Recess time is at an all time low in American schools, with many schools cutting back recess to mere minutes a day, or
Award-winning 'NaturePlay' film offers an inspiring look at Scandinavia's nature-based education system
Nature-based education is just starting to get a foothold in America, the land of standardized testing and tightly planned curriculum, but it’s the norm in some areas of the world. NaturePlay is a new
Despite the fact that summer is in full swing, playing “school” never goes out of season for some tots. Child’s Cup Full‘s interactive calendar is the perfect enriching activity
In America, approximately 20,000 children have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, which can be an exceptionally challenging disease to manage. Because the body does not produce any insulin to balance
The Edible Learning Lab is an afterschool program for students to learn through the process of food production from soil to table. Even a quick inspection will reveal that this generation is woefully
'Family Business: Innovative On-Site Child Care Since 1983' shows how Patagonia puts family life at the heart of their workplace
It’s no secret that we here at Inhabitots are pretty big fans of Patagonia’s sportswear products. We’ve featured the company’s eco-friendly, sustainable kids’ gear a few times, including here
First grade teacher proudly wears dress decorated by her students to commemorate the end of the school year
Sha’Ree Castlebury, a veteran first grade teacher in Oklahoma, found a creative yet surprisingly simple way to remember her 2015-2016 students: she had them create a piece of unique, wearable art.
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