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Haskell Continues to Focus on Building a World-Class Team in the Public Sector

Two new Regional Managers will help fuel Haskell’s business growth initiatives BALA CYNWYD, Pa – April 16, 2018 – Haskell, a leading manufacturer of furniture for K-12, higher education, government and corporations, welcomes Tyler McCart and Kathryn Pagano to the business development team. In their roles as Regional Managers, McCart will be focused on Georgia, […]

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Sit to Stand is the New Black

Haskell enjoyed being a part of this year’s CASH show which highlighted opportunities and challenges for school districts and their private sector partners presented by the implementation of Proposition 51. At our spot in the NextGen booth, however, the hot topic was sit to stand desks—and not just for students. We had numerous conversations with […]

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Using Design Thinking to Create a Classroom Built for Maximum Impact

“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.”  – John Dewey, 1915 While so many of the sessions at the upcoming CASH show look fantastic, one of the sessions really caught our attention. Maximizing Facilities’ Impact on Student Learning…Insight from Sacramento State’s School of Education What can teachers teach […]

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Next Gen and Haskell Team Up at the 2018 CASH Annual Conference

If you haven’t heard of the 39th Annual Conference on School Facilities hosted by California’s Coalition for Adequate School Housing (CASH) in Sacramento, Haskell would like to invite you to learn more and register for this year’s conference. The event will highlight the opportunities and challenges for school districts and their private sector partners presented […]

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Key Insights from California STEAM Symposium

With STEAM dominating conversations at conferences of all kinds, we were excited to join the 5th annual California STEAM Symposium in San Francisco to hear from the foremost experts about the latest trends and technologies in STEAM. Across the booths and throughout the compelling sessions, we identified a major theme that we heard again and […]

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Happy Holidays from Haskell

The desks and chairs were all empty, The filing was done, As everyone enjoyed, A little holiday fun! Our Haskell Team Wishes You a Wonderful Holiday Season! This holiday season, Haskell is proud to support Share Our Strength.

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Congratulations to our Incredible Classroom Makeover Winner!

In September of this year, Haskell announced the Incredible Classroom Makeover Contest. The idea behind the contest was simple: teachers and administrators could nominate a deserving classroom by submitting a photo. An impressive 125+ schools nominated a classroom for the contest. From those submissions, the Haskell Team picked 10 finalists. Then, it was up to […]

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Will Flexible Seating Create Chaos in Your Classroom?

“I believed that putting students in rows facing the front of the room would make them easier to manage. I also believed that an effective classroom was a quiet classroom. Everyone was supposed to be quiet except for me.” – Caitlin Tucker, Classroom Furniture: Does it impede or improve learning? For over a century, classroom […]

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Baldwin SD Gives Classrooms Facelift with Flexible Learning Spaces (Video)

To watch the video, please visit http://longisland.news12.com/story/36806890/baldwin-sd-gives-classrooms-facelift-with-flexible-learning-spaces. November 9, 2017 — Baldwin, NY — The Baldwin School District has given some of its classrooms a facelift with what it calls flexible learning spaces. The superintendent says the goal of these spaces, which features movable couches and chairs, is to get kids ready for life after college. Experts […]

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