Suggestions for Weight Loss by Will Bronson – November 2020

The health crisis in our country relates to an epidemic of chronic disease.  We at Enlighten Education Co-op believe that we need to shine a spotlight on this issue and how it relates to agriculture and our foods. A major component of chronic disease is individual excess weight. Nobody intentionally carries excess pounds on their… Continue reading Suggestions for Weight Loss by Will Bronson – November 2020

A NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF ENLIGHTEN EDUCATION CO -OP – Novembe 2020

The last year has been interesting for Enlighten Education Co-op. We are in our second year of developing our mission vision and networking with other individuals and organizations with whom we have commonality. A recurring theme in our discussions is the need to be involved in the revolution taking place in agriculture. A central interest… Continue reading A NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF ENLIGHTEN EDUCATION CO -OP – Novembe 2020

Where Do the Children Play?

For EEC blog April 23, 2019 Many of us involved with Enlighten Education Co-op lived through the turbulent decades of the 60-70s and feel a certain nostalgia for our youth that reached out to counter-cultural ideas and a life style that desperately tried to hang on to the benefits that play has on childhood development.… Continue reading Where Do the Children Play?

National Center for Fair and Open Testing

January 19th, 2019 Blog On November 8th, 2019, I journeyed to Cambridge, Massachusetts to attend a meeting of the National Center for Fair and Open Testing. I encourage you to visit their informative website: fairtest.org. They passed the baton from Monty Neill who led the organization for over 20 years to Andre Green, a worthy champion of… Continue reading National Center for Fair and Open Testing

New Florida Education Commissioner

State Board of Education Meeting December 17, 2018 Dear Commissioner Corcoran, As President of Enlighten Education Co-op, Inc., I have assembled a team of experienced educators who have designed a plan that could greatly improve Florida’s schools. We are developing three initiatives: We intend to recruit an army of retired teachers to serve as part-timeclassroom… Continue reading New Florida Education Commissioner