Education for Life
No one knows what may come of the Y2K computer bug, but some are preparing together for the worst - and rediscovering community, self-reliance, and hope for the future
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Instead of fitting people into the pigeonholes offered by the economy, how might education help students become self-confident, reflective, and creative adults?
How can an inner decision to live and work with integrity spark a social movement?
Critics now extend far beyond those who have long hammered the IMF and World Bank.
Many believe that the future of education includes a laptop in every child's bookbag. But teachers, parents, and students are paying a price for the emphasis on technology in the classroom.
The new environmental center at Oberlin College is designed to open students' imagination about a sustainable future.
Creating myths helps students work through their fears and worries in a fantasy format.
After years of misrepresentation in the media, Native American filmmakers are taking control of their own stories, including in a new breakthrough film produced, directed, and written by Native Americans
If we want children to flourish, says educator David Sobel, we need to give them time to connect with nature and love the Earth before we ask them to save it
Former gang members from one of Mexico City’s poorest and toughest suburbs are teaching teens and adults about self-reliance and sustainable living