Posts Categorized: Education Newsletters

A Letter from Lisa: October Edition

With Halloween approaching, thoughts turn toward costumes, trick-or-treating, and other holiday-related activities. For some children, however, Halloween becomes more than just an opportunity to dress up and get candy. Something deeper may be going on.

Meet the Team: Our Education Team Works!

You can feel it when you walk into the museum. The building buzzes with the energy of eager children and adults playing and having fun. That buzz is an indicator that there’s a whole lot of learning going on.

Every “Body” Can Play

Explore & More recognizes the important role people with disabilities play in a diverse and inclusive American workforce, this year’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month theme is “Disability: Part of the Equity Equation.”

Will’s Culture Corner: October 2022 Edition

As summer turns to fall, and October begins it is important to remember that October is not just a time for changing leaves and costumes, but another month that important histories and lessons can be learned.

Annie’s STEM Lab: What is STEM?

What is STEM in education exactly? STEM is the new advanced way Educators are looking at “science class.”