Posts by Michelle Blanchet
Understanding both the macro and micro layers of our economic system can benefit students on many levels.
As we explore pathways to facilitate civic engagement, it might be worthwhile to investigate the role that museums play in creating pathways that enable youth to step up and take part in the world around them. Michelle Blanchet shares more in her latest post.
As we look at career pathways for students we might do more to support students to find meaningful work as data suggests young people care about having jobs that make an impact.
The work-based learning pathways that incorporate apprenticeships and mentorship leading to family-sustaining wages should also include opportunities to develop entrepreneurial thinking and sustainability elements critical to a thriving and regenerative economic ecosystem.
School infrastructure isn’t often the most attractive topic, but rethinking how we operate could provide numerous benefits that help us meet the triple bottom line - people, planet, and profits.