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What does it take for schools to succeed? Karin Chenoweth offers good news for underfunded districts.Posted on: September 13, 2018
“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.
When their principal challenged them to a rap battle, little did the students know they were about to match skills against a former wunderkind from the 1980s Pittsburgh hip-hop scene.
“As you help your child imagine what they might become, help them to connect what they’re learning in school to that greater future vision for themselves.”
"And the best part about it is that it doesn't cost the parents any out-of-pocket expenses.
"Civics prepares you to be a better citizen, and better citizens produce better results for all our lives."
“We don't want people to perceive this as a Democrat or Republican or Independent or any other party issue. It's a kids' issue and it should concern all of us."
“Back-to-school shopping is a regular, fun rite of passage at the end of each summer, but for some families in our community, this is a very stressful time of year.”
"Chess slows you down, so you can deliberate more. That slowed-down thinking serves kids well.”
“When you look at the trajectory of what the Education Partnership has accomplished, going from zero to 45,000 students today, that's remarkable.”
“The goal of this really is to avoid the summer slump. And help parents realize that learning can happen in everyday spaces.”
“Making this commitment forces you to slow down and put yourself first."