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Candidate for California State Superintendent to Hold Center Stage at 2018 EdShift Conference

The ultramodern, $160 million environs of the Wiseburn High School campus, home of Da Vinci Schools, in Los Angeles will serve as the backdrop for the 2018 EdShift Conference taking place Monday, April 9. It will also be an exemplar of the event’s focus for this year – the effects of High-Impact (Humanized) Learning Environments on K-12 education. During the one-day conference, attendees will take a guided tour of the 210,000-square-foot space and hear from instructional experts as well as guest speaker, Marshall Tuck, candidate for California state superintendent.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

MeTEOR Education Partners with Saw Mill Capital to Drive Education Change

In a push to create transformative student learning environments + experiences in 2018 and beyond, Saw Mill Capital becomes a MeTEOR Education investment partner.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

MeTEOR Education Helps Discovery Elementary School Transform

Working with MeTEOR Education, Discovery Elementary School channeled its problem-solving motto into high-impact learning environments for improved student success and 21st Century instructional methods.

Monday, October 30, 2017

MeTEOR Environments Increase Cooperative Student Engagement

Burnet CISD in Burnet, Texas, is seeing a leap in student engagement after its successful installation of new transformational learning spaces with the help of leading educational services partner MeTEOR Education.

Monday, June 26, 2017

MeTEOR Education Launches Training & Coaching Services

Research-based, best practice approach leads to high-impact learning experiences with measurable increases in retention, comprehension and learning outcomes for students.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

MeTEOR Education Sponsors 2017 EdShift Events

At these collaborative events, teams of individuals with a vested interest in their district’s success will create new conversations on how best to bring about positive change for their learning communities.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017