Visionary educator Arnie Langberg shares three stories from one of the public alternative schools he served as Principal, High School Redirection in Denver…
The Earthville Network is pleased to announce the newest addition to our family of projects incubating in the Earthville Umbrellavator: The Spring Up Foundation is a UK-based charitable project established to support a peaceful and hopeful future in the Middle East by funding further education for Palestinian students.
Kay McClenney highlights new evidence on high-impact educational practices in community colleges, and says the secret to student success is not a secret.
The Steve JobsSchools in the Netherlands offer one possible vision for schools that embrace technology at their core.
Empower yourself, uplift your community, transform the world. Overview of Earthville Education Initiatives Earthville Education is real-world learning and empowerment for compassionately and creatively engaged global citizens. We’re building an integrated approach to experiential education and service-learning for responsible global citizenship, sustainable thriving, holistic personal development, and compassionate creativity. The Earthville Education initiative is a […]
The Earthville Network seeks to establish an Earthville Institute in the US, as a part of the long-term vision of the Earthville Education initiative, providing experiential education for responsible global citizens. The focus of the Institute’s activities would be education, training, research, and charitable programs for sustainable living and compassionate global society, embodied in an innovative […]
The Earthville Network seeks to establish an Earthville Institute in Switzerland as a part of its long-term vision for Earthville Education. The Vision The Earthville Institute would be a center for the lifelong study and practice of five interrelated disciplines integral to a flourishing society: The Earthville Institute would offer programs at reasonable rates for […]
The Dharmalaya Institute, in partnership with venerated earthen architect Didi Contractor, is launching the Internship in Vernacular Eco-Architecture. The internship is a formal, academically-supervised service-learning program designed to provide architects (and students of architecture) with both practical experience and deeper theoretical knowledge in the arts and practices of sustainable building.
“A Matter of Degrees” is the first in a series of reports detailing thirteen promising practices that US community colleges can use to increase student engagement and completion rates.
Visionary educator Arnie Langberg examines the awkwardness of U.S. middle schools and the need for them to mature.