Schools are taking more time to look at the child and what they stand for.
John and Cynthia Hardy, CO-FOUNDERS, GREEN SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL
“What we’re teaching is not rooted to an environment,” he said. “The Green School way of education should become the norm sooner rather than later, which means Green School and the like in urban areas, like New Delhi and the U.K.,” he said, noting the wide-reaching need for environmental solutions.
Indeed, the Hardys say their vision is now catching the eye of other institutions and universities are now coming to them for out-of-the-box thinkers.
“Schools (universities) are taking more time to look at the child and what they stand for,” they said. “They’re now coming to us to recruit.”
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