By Heather Senoran – Videographer Global News The Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board’s new school is ready for students, after about a year of construction and $9 million. “The opportunity for us to build, allows us to refurbish three aging school communities,” said Jody DiRocco, the director of education with the ALCDSB. St. Francis of Assisi… Read more »
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By Sheila Mullane Estrada, Times Correspondent, Monday, August 28, 2017 10:49am TAMPA — Middle schoolers at the Academy of the Holy Names greeted their newly renovated classrooms with excitement Wednesday morning. They were about to begin a new adventure in learning, the result of years of planning and millions of dollars spent to completely update their… Read more »
By Amy Bounds Staff Writer, Daily Camera PHOTO: Principal Brent Caldwell discusses logistics with teachers about the first day of school while organizing school supplies at the new Meadowlark School on Wednesday in Erie. (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer) A new school year is the least of the first-day newness that students will experience at Erie’s… Read more »
Architect plans Uptown office, apartments by Hank Long, Finance & Commerce, Feb 2017 Last month the Minneapolis Planning Commission approved a three-story, mixed-use project proposed at 3453 Hennepin Ave. S. in Minneapolis. The site is a half-mile south of Calhoun Square. Read more here.
“The Chappaqua School District is fortunate to have passed funding to not only redevelop the way they look at their approach to the curriculum but to redesign their schools to help facilitate new ways in which to learn. I was introduced to Chappaqua through Fielding Nair International, a world class architectural firm specializing in designing… Read more »
DECCAN CHRONICLE. | NIKHITA GOWRA Published Dec 18, 2016, 1:16 am ISTUpdated Dec 18, 2016, 7:14 am IST Deepti Reddy, daughter of a prominent business family that owns Pennar Cements, is the founder of this school. Telling us how the idea to start a school came about, she said, “For my children, I was looking… Read more »
11/28/2016 Paradigm Communications Group / Alaska Airlines and Horizon Edition Magazines by Elizabeth Economou FNI’s Anne Frank Inspire Academy is the first topic in this look at innovative education today. FNI’s Founding CEO Prakash Nair provides insight into the data behind new ways of teaching and learning. Read or download the full article here.
MinnPost, By Erin Hinrichs | 11/14/16 During a recent round of morning check-ins, Principal Derek Davidson called over one of his ninth-graders who’d been absent a few days. Setting his backpack up on the table, the student showed Davidson some of the gay-pride buttons he’d received from a workshop he’d attended, where he was able to… Read more »
By Erik Zygmont • Catholic News Service • Posted October 28, 2016 “No one wants to close schools,” Sellinger said. “We really want to retain our presence everywhere, but, when you think about the outcome of the study and the analysis that was done … there were four schools that were identified for merger or… Read more »
Stephen Hurley’s in-depth article uses images and interviews from FNI’s schools to illustrate the successes and struggles of change agency in Canadian education. Learn how teachers in these schools embrace the challenges and opportunities presented by more varied options in teaching and learning spaces. Read the full article here.