We all too often think of adults as the educators and youth as the learners – a paradigm of our top-down societal structure. This..
The cafeteria at Frontier School of Innovation began to fill with the nervous chatter of 8th, 9th, and 10th graders at 9 AM on the first..
The Faculty Office is a hot subject of debate across campuses today as colleges and universities fight to keep costs down and increase..
Here’s a short video we recently made about our love of education design, with case studies of current and recent education outreach..
The US has managed to hang onto a 100 year old instructional model far too long – one designed for the industrial age, training our..
Children are natural learners. Between birth and five years, and especially to three years, children learn at the fastest rate of their..
As we launch into the 110th World Series with much excitement, we find baseball struggling with a diversity issue behind the..
No construction vehicles or blistering Kansas winds slowed down runners at the Kansas Relays, recently held at our Rock Chalk Park Track..
Spring is here in Lawrence, KS. That means rain, wind, more rain, and MEASUREMENT DAY! Every spring a few associates in the Lawrence..
What happens to a person’s eyes when they visit a new place? There always seems to be so much to take in at first: new sights, new..