new franklin http://kbia.org en Vegetables, vegetables everywhere, but not enough to eat [INFOGRAPHIC] http://kbia.org/post/vegetables-vegetables-everywhere-not-enough-eat-infographic <p>Like the old joke about restaurant complaints (“The food is awful, and the portions are so small!”), kids across the country are complaining their school lunches have too many fruits and vegetables, and they’re leaving lunch hungry.</p><p> Tue, 09 Oct 2012 15:57:50 +0000 Kelsey Kupferer 22477 at http://kbia.org Vegetables, vegetables everywhere, but not enough to eat [INFOGRAPHIC] New school lunch requirements create waste, hungry kids http://kbia.org/post/new-school-lunch-requirements-create-waste-hungry-kids <p>Remember those 20 days in 1981 when the Department of Agriculture considered making ketchup a vegetable in school lunches to help save money? &nbsp;Those days are long gone. &nbsp;With childhood obesity on the rise, the school lunch program is getting a makeover once again.</p><p> Mon, 08 Oct 2012 22:24:30 +0000 Kelsey Kupferer 22447 at http://kbia.org New school lunch requirements create waste, hungry kids eMINTS program stresses technology and group learning http://kbia.org/post/emints-program-stresses-technology-and-group-learning <p>Classrooms in New Franklin, Missouri got a visit from members of the U.S. Department of Education.</p><p>Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement Jim Shelton wanted a firsthand look at the eMINTS approach to education.</p> Fri, 21 Sep 2012 13:00:35 +0000 Kelsey Kupferer 21554 at http://kbia.org eMINTS program stresses technology and group learning eMINTS prompts students to ask questions while learning http://kbia.org/post/emints-prompts-students-ask-questions-while-learning <p>Classrooms in New Franklin, Mo. got a visit from members of the U.S. Department of Education. Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement Jim Shelton, who wanted a firsthand look at the eMINTS approach to education.</p><p>eMINTS (enhancing Missouri’s Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies) is a professional development program created by the University of Missouri. The New Franklin School District implemented the eMINTS program about 10 years ago. It promotes inquiry-based learning as well as an increased focus on using technology.</p> Thu, 20 Sep 2012 17:37:45 +0000 Kelsey Kupferer 21503 at http://kbia.org eMINTS prompts students to ask questions while learning The 40/40 Project: KBIA visits New Franklin, MO. http://kbia.org/post/4040-project-kbia-visits-new-franklin-mo <p>KBIA&rsquo;s Darren Hellwege was surprised by New Franklin. He went out expecting to meet older folks and talk about the town&rsquo;s interesting history, and the story of how it went from being &ldquo;Franklin&rdquo; on the river to &ldquo;New Franklin&rdquo; up the hill following a devastating flood. Thu, 23 Feb 2012 17:54:52 +0000 Darren Hellwege 9349 at http://kbia.org The 40/40 Project: KBIA visits New Franklin, MO.