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Milton Hershey School STEAM and SEL Curriculums Receive National Recognition

National education writer Tom Vander Ark and author of the Getting Smarter blog recently highlighted Milton Hershey School’s STEAM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and arts) program as well as the School’s award-winning social and emotional learning curriculum.

The blog focuses on the School’s project-based and design-thinking learning techniques happening in MHS classrooms.

“What we have committed to is student choice and student voice, exploring what they can do with what they know,” said Dr. Jaunine Fouche, MHS Curriculum Supervisor. “We are really embracing the individual application of the individual content and skills.”


The blog also highlights social and emotional learning at MHS and how it  impacts school climate.

Read the Getting Smarter blog, Projects, Design Thinking and SEL Done Well at Milton Hershey School.

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