April 22, 2013 | Comments Off on The EDGE Teaches Leadership Skills Using Experiential Methods at the PWCS Student Leadership Conference
The EDGE’s former Program Manager Mike Swiryn was invited to teach a session at the PWCS Student Leadership Conference. And of course, he brought a bit of The EDGE to the students by encouraging them to get out of their chairs and have fun while learning about the Dimensions of … Read the rest
October 30, 2012 | Comments Off on NEW! Funding Opportunities Page
We know that school and community program budgets are tight and getting tighter each year. That’s why we recently added a page to our website that highlights some funding opportunities that we’ve become aware of. We hope our Friends of The EDGE will be able to benefit from some of … Read the rest
October 22, 2012 | Comments Off on New Video – Sudley Elementary Students Head to The EDGE To Learn Valuable Lessons In Our Outdoor Classroom
School Session – A huge thanks to Prince William County Schools-TV for their coverage of Sudley Elementary School’s day at The EDGE. It was an honor to work with this terrific group of students. http://www.edgeatmason.com/media/videos-4/… Read the rest
August 29, 2012 | Comments Off on 44th Annual PDK/Gallup Poll shows a nation divided over public education issues
We don’t normally get involved in political issues, here at The EDGE, but, we did think some of our educator friends might find this new study on current national opinion on public education interesting.… Read the rest
July 12, 2012 | Comments Off on “The Making of the Principal: Five Lessons in Leadership Training” by the Wallace Foundation
School Session – With 2012-13 school year planning beginning or underway, we wanted to pass along this very intriguing report recently issued by The Wallace Foundation about the importance of leadership training for school Principals.
Excerpt from the Executive Summary . . .
“Experience and new research suggest that heeding … Read the rest