We’re thrilled to announce that Kyle Cornforth has joined Maker Ed as our new Executive Director. She comes to us from the Edible Schoolyard Project, where for two decades she has worked with teachers from all over the world to shift their educational practices and approach. Read more to learn more about Kyle and her approach towards educational transformation.
Thanks to a National Science Foundation grant, Maker Ed will collaborate with TSL, Albemarle County Public Schools, and the San Mateo County Office of Education to improve school-based assessment practices in maker-centered education.
Our work wouldn’t be possible without the dedication, passion, and inspiration that our partners bring to their schools and organizations each day, and we’re grateful to know and support each and every one of them. Let’s visit Waco, Texas where the Design Den at Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum was abuzz all summer with maker programming for local youth. Read more…
After three years of service to our organization, Warren (Trey) Lathe has resigned from his position as Executive Director of Maker Ed. Maker Ed continues to evolve since its founding five years ago, and we are grateful for Trey’s guidance over the last three years.
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