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90% of Jobs Won’t Exist in 20 Years

Our schools are designed for the last century, not for a world in which technology has reshaped the way we think and learn.   Estimates state that 90% of jobs that exist today will no longer exist by the time a child graduates from college.  So how do we prepare them for an ever-changing world? ...

Revolutionizing the School Lunch

We believe school lunches should organically come from the Earth and not from GMO laden "food" factories.  We don't think this is a "crazy" concept, and yet, so few schools are adopting it. Life Project is revolutionizing the school lunch by providing organic and plant based meals that seek to ...

Creating A Growth Mindset

"You're so smart!" Affirming children's intelligence is something we all do. However, this type of praise may be negatively effecting our children. Research suggests praising children for how capable they are of learning versus how smart they are creates a growth mindset rather than a fixed ...

Come Teach in Costa Rica!

Part of our holistic teaching here at Life Project includes the utilization of Waldorf principles. Waldorf education seeks to not only provide a child with academic achievement, but creative, social and other capabilities which focuses on the holistic growth of a person.  After all, we know ...

A Lesson on Self Love

Children naturally love themselves and their bodies. They believe their bodies are capable of anything. Whether real or imagined, children know how to believe in themselves physically and mentally. Why does this change so drastically as we turn into adults? When suddenly we judge the way we look and ...

Optimized Teaching in Paradise

  TEACHERS: Are you growing tired of the standard education system and believe there is a better way to teach? This was exactly how Life Project Education was born and now we are seeking to show others the possibilities of taking education into your own hands and optimizing it. We are ...

Outdoor Schooling

We believe more classrooms should look like this. Outside, in a relationship with nature, absorbing the natural beauty of the world and not taking place in plastic chairs under fluorescent lights. The ocean has a lot to teach us so it is a part of our classroom, as well as the most biodiverse ...

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