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By Nick Lee and Raquel Vigil

Food and education are inherently political. As educators, we understand the important role that knowledge and spaces for learning have in shaping the future of our society and world. 

The protests in response to the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Tony McDade have given renewed strength to the long fight against anti-Black racism and...

Food and education are inherently political. As educators, we understand the important role that knowledge and spaces for learning have...

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By Raquel Vigil

At The Edible Schoolyard Project, we know students learn best when they are engaging all of their senses. Furthermore, we believe that students are most engaged when information is conveyed via multiple modalities—through movement, drawing, visuals, as well as in audio and text. As we explore how to adapt our teaching philosophies to the home learning context, videos have become...

At The Edible Schoolyard Project, we know students learn best when they are engaging all of their senses. Furthermore, we...

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By Nick Lee

Often the first question I get from visitors to a kitchen class, whether they are parents or educators, is, “how do you prevent kids from cutting themselves?” While avoiding injuries is important to us, it doesn’t take priority over skill development, which inevitably involves some degree of risk. Students are interested in their wellbeing and safety. They don’t want to hurt...

Often the first question I get from visitors to a kitchen class, whether they are parents or educators, is, “how...

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