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News November 9, 2017

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

To watch the video, please visit 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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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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News Press Releases October 23, 2017

Haskell’s Commitment to the Public Sector Strengthens with New VP of Sales Cristel Hutchinson

Hutchinson, backed by 20 years of expertise, will lead Haskell’s business growth initiatives BALA CYNWYD, Pa – October 23, 2017 – Haskell, a leading manufacturer of furniture for K-12, higher education, government, healthcare and corporations, welcomes Cristel Hutchinson as VP of Sales beginning October 23rd. In this role, Hutchinson will be leading Haskell’s market presence by […]

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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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