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Whittle School and Studios

WASHINGTON DC – The Whittle School and Studios is a prek-12 independent school with an interdisciplinary and mastery based approach to learning. Katarina Slobodova, the Assistant Director of Admissions, Upper School Advisor, and occasional parkour coach, is bringing The Art of Learning principles to her 9th and 10th grade advisory group. The advisory group meets …

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Washington D.C. Leadership Conference

WASHINGTON D.C.- The Washington Leadership Conference attracts over 2,300 students each summer to Washington D.C. and is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.  During the conference, Conference Team Leader Kyle Perry is using The Art …

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National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC)

WASHINGTON, D.C. There are an estimated 3,000,000 gifted children in the U.S.. and the 8,000+ members of the NAGC work on behalf of these students. We donated books to the attendees of their 2008 national convention and Josh was the featured interview article in the association’s back-to-school issue of ‘Teaching for High Potential’. We worked …

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National Education Association

WASHINGTON, D.C. The NEA is 3.2 million members strong and is an advocate for education professionals. We have been donating books to their members via an offer on the NEA website since 2008. Approximately 4,000 educators have received books and by casting such a wide net of inspiration we are igniting positive changes in teaching …

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National Association for Independent Schools

WASHINGTON, D.C. NAIS represents 1,300+ independent schools and associations in the United States as well as affiliate independent schools abroad. The NAIS offered complimentary copies of The Art of Learning via their internal listserv, which generated numerous requests from educators around the country who are expressing an intention to work with the book’s concepts in …

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Engaged Community Offshoots, Inc.

WASHINGTON, D.C. In one of the poorest areas of the nation’s capital,  Margaret Morgan-Hubbard has established a non-profit organization devoted to “learning through doing”. She is working after school with underprivileged middle school, high school and college kids on community farm, recycled bike repair and various art-related enterprises to bring about community wellness, an eco-conscious …

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