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Education’s Business: Taking Positive Actions
March 24, 2015 3:00 PM

leadershipWhen high school students are empowered and held accountable for their actions, we very often see amazing, positive results! Richard Eberly, technology teacher at New Buffalo High School, is an exemplary educator that thrives on placing the leadership and directional actions in the hands of his students. The past two years have been monumental in their expansion of the additive manufacturing equipment and projects in their school. Another classroom worth emulating, his students have developed a premier scientific community on their own!

To contact Richard: reberly@NBAS.org

Education's Business: Taking Positive Actions, hosted by Karl Klimek, Exposing and celebrating the successful partnerships between K-12 schools and industry/community partners. Special focus is on Science – Technology – Engineering – Math (STEM) and Career Technical Education (CTE) efforts.

Theme music for Education’s Business is performed by the Elk Rapids High School Jazz Band

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