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Teachers and Administrators Attend ISACS Conference in St. Louis

On November 7 & 8, ten school personnel from Maharishi School participated in the Independent Schools Association of the Central States 2013 Annual Conference. The conference theme, “New Ways to Teach, New Ways to Learn” was selected to stretch our thinking and our practices to new levels of possibility. In two days, teachers had the opportunity... Read More »

Awesome Teacher Turns Class Into Fantasy RPG

Published on May 11, 2012, by Luke Frazier - Posted in Gaming, News, PC With the belief that video games can make classroom learning more fun and effective, middle school teacher Richard Incorvia integrated a fantasy RPG into his course. Instead of assignments, grades, and stickers, his students fight epic battles, gain experience, and receive virtual... Read More »

Dr. Beall Invited to Discuss Improving Education With Public Education Expert Jamie Vollmer

M.U.M. education department hosts educational advocate, author Jamie Vollmer by Diane Vance Posted in the Fairfield Ledger January 16-- Author, speaker and consultant Jamie Vollmer will be in Fairfield Jan. 23 presenting “The Power to Change: Improving Schooling in America.” The presentation, 7:45-9:15 p.m., is free and open to the public in Festival Hall at the... Read More »

Maharishi School Junior Pearl Sawhney Attends Global Youth Institute

Des Moines - Pearl Sawhney of Maharishi School was selected to attend the Global Youth institute hosted by the World Food Prize Foundation held October 15-18 in Des Moines. Students from across the United States submitted research papers on food security issues in order to be considered for participation. At the event, Sawhney and more than... Read More »

Maharishi School Presents at World Forum

Beginning October 17, and continuing for three days, Dr. Richard Beall, School Head at Maharishi School, and Laura Bordow, Lower School Director, attended the Connecting Children with Nature World Action Forum in Nebraska City, Nebraska. They were asked to be among 5 teams to present “Celebrations of Inspirational Projects." Dr. Beall and Mrs. Bordow shared the... Read More »

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