Education Samples

I’ve been writing about or working in progressive education since the start of the 21st century. I understand education reform and what good teaching and learning look like, and I’ve helped a number of organizations ­­­ ed-tech startups, national education companies, art museums, independent schools, urban school districts  articulate their vision and work.  

View Book 
Introduces Curiosityville, an e-learning platform/ed-tech startup later acquired by a major education company.   

Press Release 
Announcing the launch of a STEM-related character on an e-learning platform, Curiosityville.


View Book 
A view book for Duke School that targets “creative class” parents and showcases a private school’s project-based approach.

Article 
Explains the concept of “21st-century learning” as it relates to a pre-kindergarten to 8th-grade private school, Duke School.


E-Blast 
Announcing an article series about STEM learning and the importance of cultivating problem-solving skills.

Press Release 
Announcing the launch of an initiative to bring the latest research on learning to the people raising and educating today’s kids.

 Enrollment Guide
A guide to increase preschool enrollment in an urban school district and raise awareness about early learning among families.


Blog post 
A ghostwritten post for a tech startup, exploring the rise of career-based colleges as pressure mounts for students.

Blog post 
Advice on how schools can build a case for K-12 art products in the age of Common Core.


Article 
Highlights of a progressive partnership between a public school system and local art museums.

Web Copy 
Makes the case for project-based teaching and learning as an integral part of a 21st-century education.