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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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News September 15, 2017

Haskell Announces Special Assistance for Schools Impacted by Harvey and Irma

Program Includes discounted pricing on Ethos and Echo plus charitable donations BALA CYNWYD, PA – SEPTEMBER 15, 2017 – Haskell, a leading manufacturer of furniture for K-12 and higher education, announced today that it has created a program to assist schools that have been impacted by the recent flooding and storm damage created by hurricanes […]

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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 May 26, 2017

Want Better Learning in Your Classroom? Move

The idea that students who are sitting still and intensely focused on their work are learning more is behind us. Research makes it abundantly clear that movement and learning are connected. In fact, movement is not only healthier for students, it improves their success rates. A recent NY Times article entitled Why Kids Shouldn’t Sit […]

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