The Art Effect Project, an exciting new Initiative of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes (LMC), teaches students the power they have to create change in the world, inspiring them to follow the examples of positive role models from history. The project also includes an art competition—open to U.S. and international students in grades 6-12—with a grand prize of $7,500.
Third grade students at Spaulding Elementary School in Goshen—a small township 31 miles outside of Cincinnati—worked hard throughout the school year with the help of their teacher Crystal Dozier (OH '12) to raise more than $5,000 to build an outdoor classroom at the town’s only park, Kathryn Stagge-Marr Community Park.
Twitter chats have become a treasure trove of information, networking opportunities and resources for serious educators. The Milken Educator Awards rounds up the best education Twitter chats.
Milken Educator Award winner and third-grade teacher Carrie Harper (CO '14) expresses her gratitude and high hopes for the future thanks to the Milken Family Foundation.
Milken Educator Brandon Sportel (CA '14) on how strengthening the bond between educators and pupils can get to the root of behavior problems and bullying.
Milken Educators across the country weighed in with their responses to “I wish my students knew?”