How schools can improve the health of students and their communities The 2017 Neighborhood Health Report by the Baltimore City Health Department is hard to read. It spells out … Continued
Students Test their Schools Students at Patterson High School and Baltimore Polytechnic Institute are about to get new science and environmental health laboratories: their schools. Johns Hopkins and Cool Green Schools are partnering on a community research grant to provide … Continued
The New Scientific Breakthroughs: How and Who When we list our most important scientific breakthroughs, we usually note the discoveries of new evidence: ancient bones, DNA, black holes and medicines. But could our biggest recent breakthrough … Continued
Every year our schools test students. And every year these tests show that students in Baltimore City Public Schools perform far below state averages on all subjects. If we want better results, we need to invert the equation. Students should … Continued
Peter Senge talks about the intersection of sustainability and social justice issues as the Green Schools National Conference in Virginia Beach, VA.
Peter Senge talks about how schools built on an industrial model need to evolve to promote systems thinking, innovation and collaboration skills needed to solve our social and environmental problems.
Peter Senge explains how students can use systems thinking to understand and solve conflicts. Senge points out that systems thinking is key to solving social and environmental problems.