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Blog Posts January 18, 2018

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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Blog Posts December 19, 2017

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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Blog Posts November 20, 2017

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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Blog Posts November 2, 2017

Teacher Tested and Reviewed – Haskell Ethos Chair

GEI Seal of Endorsement At, we are always trying to find the best furniture for teachers and classrooms. One chair we recently added to our collection has now been approved for a GEI Seal of Endorsement, the Haskell Ethos chair! This means that the chair has been tested and reviewed in real classrooms and earned high marks […]

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Blog Posts October 19, 2017

Sit to Stand Debut, Enter to Win a Marker Board and Easel and Much More at Haskell’s Booth at EDSpaces 2017

If you’re heading to EDSpaces this year, you don’t want to miss Haskell booth #2243 (the last booth in the right-hand corner of the exhibit floor). Announcing Our New Sit to Stand Desk, Which We Think Has No Rival At our booth, you can interact with Haskell’s furniture for progressive learning. This year we’re debuting […]

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Blog Posts September 27, 2017

Back to School: Movement is Learning

After a summer filled with activity, children are now back in school and being asked to sit still for hours a day. In the era of being judged on standardized test scores, many schools see movement and free play as a waste of time that could be better spent learning. But, here’s the kicker. Movement […]

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Blog Posts September 12, 2017

Enter Now to Win a New Classroom

Haskell wants to help k-12 schools and universities – the teachers and administrators that make life better for their students and the students who work so hard to succeed. Now through October 6th, visitors to the contest entry page can nominate their classroom for Haskell’s Incredible Classroom Makeover Contest. Visitors (teachers, administrators, students, parents) just […]

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Blog Posts July 27, 2017

Back to School Furniture Shopping

The long days of summer will soon be turning into the shorter, crisper days of fall. As parents load up on supplies for their children, educators are looking to enable their students to succeed with new technology. And, why wouldn’t they? A report from the Alliance for Excellent Education and the Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education (SCOPE) finds […]

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Blog Posts July 7, 2017

GSA Approved Furniture for the Modern Government Office

The physical workspace at any office can have a significant impact on employee satisfaction, health and productivity. Government employees, while having unique cultures and structure, still want the same feeling of satisfaction. With Boomers retiring and the need for digital expertise increasing, millennials can help fill the gaps.  Overall, about a quarter of the American […]

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Blog Posts July 5, 2017

Teachers, Do You Have the Summertime Blues? You’re Not Alone.

The last school bell brings visions of kids joyfully running out of the classroom until the fall and of teachers moving on to a summer job or enjoying some much deserved time for themselves. Interestingly, however, if you Google ‘teacher summer’ one of the suggested topics that comes up is ‘teacher depression during summer’. If […]

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