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March 2019

The News Review

Brandon Hoffman, Johnny Parks, Antonio Ramirez and Brock Mather (from left) unload new furniture for local classrooms — Photo by Laura Austin A modest crowd-sourced campaign to fund classroom furniture ultimately caught the attention of a business owner who ended up donating hundreds of thousands of dollars in new items, delivered last week to

July 2017

Dream a little dream of…Furniture?

What furnishings would you put in your dream classroom? Pretty fun to think about, right? Would you make story time fun by using colorful, comfortable stools for seating? Want to channel your inner Bill Nye with a science experiments “on-the-go” cart? How about collaborative tables you can write directly on to make solving math

Ergonomics in the Classroom

“For pupil work stations to be ergonomic, it is crucial that the chairs and tables are adapted to body size. The PantoMove swivel chair is not only infinitely height-adjustable and can thus adapt to individual requirements; it also has an innovative 3D tilt mechanism that enables dynamic sitting. The seat responds to every shift

Problem Solvers

In February of this year, Culver-Newlin hosted our annual educational event featuring keynote speaker, Jamie Casap, Educational Evangelist at Google. Jamie has an inspiring personal story (and subsequent "education disrupts poverty" mantra) as well as a contagious enthusiasm about modern day education. While he was mainly speaking to the educators in the room, I was listening