Learning Math through Business: Milkweed for Monarchs Here at Real World Scholars, we know that every classroom is different. We make it a point not to be too prescribed in how to run a business. Creating a brand, forming departments, and selling products cross the country – in…Read More
Here at Real World Scholars, we know that rich classroom experiences are created by rockstar educators willing to hand over the reins to students and get out of the way. In fact, the EdCorps Community is made up of educators who do just that! That’s why we’ll be…Read More
J.R. Pilyih claims he never started a garden before, but you would never know that when you step into the Regency Park Elementary School. In a classroom dedicated to a large scale aquaponics growing system, J.R. and his young entrepreneurs tend to the green plants and thriving fish….Read More
Exciting News! On January 15th, we launched a new cohort of EdCorps, all based in skilled trades classrooms. In collaboration with Harbor Freight Tools for Schools, this new initiative brings the EdCorps experience into the skilled trades space, highlighting the work these teachers are doing. Nearly 20 classrooms…Read More
The students and I began our entrepreneurial journey by brainstorming and discussing possible ideas for our business.
We researched our ideas to decide on what we wanted to make and sell in our business.
We were off on a new adventure together.
Once we chose our business, we thought about what materials we were going to need.
We quickly realized we needed lots of wine corks…LOTS of wine corks!
We created a letter asking local businesses, family members, and members of our community for donaRead More
New month, new EdCorp Founder killin’ the game. In honor of Fail Forward February, we are thrilled to highlight JR Pilyih. His EdCorps has had some highs, lows, and a few fish funerals along the way – but they’ve pushed on! Regency Grows started as a business that would grow and…Read More
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Year one was such a blast! We're very fortunate to hear uplifting stories from teachers and students on a regular basis, but rarely do we get to see the impact of building a student-run business from a parent's point of view. Your daily dose of inspiration coming at you from Sugar Kids Beauty in Rome, GA!Read More