Haskell is seeking independent rep groups in select territories throughout North America. We are seeking candidates that are an integral part of the A&D community and have a strong understanding of the education, government and corporate markets.
An ACE (Adverse Childhood Experience) score (0-10) represents exposure to different categories of abuse, neglect and other traumatic events prior to the age of 18. Almost HALF the nation’s children have experienced at least one or more types of serious childhood trauma which can negatively affect their ability to engage in group learning. While collaboration […]
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 […]
“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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]