Press : Trash For Teaching

Press

September 19th 2013 - “A Helping Hand: Migrant Education Program Fills the Gaps in Migrant Children’s Schooling.” Santa Ana Register.  See T4T Blog post for more photos and Video

August 2013Welcome to the Next Generation of Science Education: A group of dedicated educators and non-profits are changing everything in public education without making headlines—but they should be.  by Dan Steinbacher  See T4T Blog post for more photos and Video

May 2013 -“One Person’s Trash” Summer 2013 NewsletterRecycling Fun Day at Billy Mitchell Elementary”

December 2012 -HHMI Bulletin (Howard Hughes Medical Institute) “Trash is Treasure” by Katharine Gammon

July 16, 2012  - Huntington Beach Independent “Turning junk into art” Huntington Beach Art Center to unveil ‘Escape from the Landfill’ show that deals with plastics, consumerism, energy consumption. T4T materials in the hands of installation artist Olga Lah

July 2012NBC 4 Southern California News “Trash for Teaching ‘Constructs Knowledge’ ”

July 13, 2012KCET“Escape from the Landfill: Cultural Sanctuary in Surf City”

June 2012Hermosa Beach NewsGreen More than Color at Art Walk”

April 26, 2012 – Lawndale Tribune “Lawndale Rewards Residents with Recycle Block Party”

Spring-Summer 2011 -Engineering & Science  “From Rags to (Educational) Riches” (pgs 36-39)

October 31, 2011 – Los Angeles Times “California teachers lack the resources and time to teach science”

August 2010 - Interior Design “One Man’s Trash… is another man’s project, as HLW proved at Trash for Teaching in Los Angeles”

July 2009Los Angeles Times “The Scout: Trash for Teaching’s vases made with water bottles”

July 2009 - Palisadian-Post “Palisadians Seek Funds for Trash for Teaching”

February 2009Itty Bits “Trash to Treasure”

February 2009OZOLife “Trash for Teaching Castaways Construction Kits”

February 2009Signal Tribune “Filling the gap in public education: Library provides free art program for kids”

October 2007Edutopia “From Trash to Treasure: Reusing Industrial Materials for Art Projects”

August 2007Waste News “One person’s trash is another’s teaching tool”

KNX Radio Interview (launches new window with sound player)

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