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The Power of Making Do

A school's approach to finances impacts much more than its facilities and operations; it seeps into school culture and can often communicate a school's values and be a key component of its educational program. I was thrilled to be able to share just a slice of The Learning Project's philosophy regarding use of its precious resources in the most recent issue of Independent School Magazine.

You can find the article directly on the NAIS website using the link below:


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