It’s incredibly affirming for those in the local learning landscape to appreciate and understand what high quality work we’re doing collectively.
There are plenty of reasons to dance, sing and make merry in Millvale.
“It’s encouraging to see something we feel in our gut is helpful actually be supported by research.”
“I just try to spread love, kindness, empathy and acceptance because kids are watching us.”
"When they come to school, they know that they’re loved and appreciated and will have meaningful learning experiences.”
“What this tells us is that just over a half million people in Allegheny County care about this issue."
“I love to change a piece of nature that is somewhat dull and common into something people will cherish and appreciate in their daily lives.”
“We're trying to find trends and pull together high-level talking points.”
We’re the ones advocating for change. We’re the ones who will change the world one day.”
“I believe that when students have the access and the tools they need to learn, the entire community benefits.”
"We're engaging the student and the parent, and taking them on a journey together."
“This is my opportunity to get to see the people that I have entrusted my precious jewels to.”
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“It's not like Tinkerbell. It's not like you believe and clap hard and it's magic. It's really hard work to teach every kid."
Beyond giving the students a gorgeous place to learn, the museumlab will offer an innovative approach to education built around using practical exhibits designed by the Children’s Museum.