Watch: How high is too high?

It’s a classic playground scene: a little boy or girl wants to climb on anything, everything, and mom or dad is caught between wanting to let their child explore and fear that their child will get hurt. Knowledge Universe’s Vice President of Education Linda Hassan Anderson explains how to help a child safely explore their…

Watch: What is summer learning loss?

Children can lose up to two months’ worth of learning during the summertime. Watch Linda Hassan Anderson, vice president of education at Knowledge Universe, talk about how KU’s Early Foundations program helps prevent summer learning loss in a new KU video series called “Parenting with Purpose.”

Champions debuts robotics program at national conference

Champions leaders chartered a course into a brave new world today, showcasing their new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum enhancement program at the National Alliance for Public Charter School’s annual conference in New Orleans. Last fall Champions tested the “Roboteers” program at Asher Elementary in Marlboro, New Jersey. Students in the program use…

Champions joins charter school movement

More than 4,500 educational leaders and policy-makers are in New Orleans this week at the National Alliance for Public Charter School’s annual conference and Knowledge Universe and Champions leaders are there speaking with charter school teachers, school leaders, administrators, and advocates from around the country. “Public charter schools are a rapidly-growing part of the national…