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Founder Tony Crabb Interviewed by The Press Democrat

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The Press Democrat talked to our founder, Tony Crabb, to learn more about his “light-bulb moment” and the importance of bringing relevancy to education. It started one day while visiting Healdsburg High School’s Construction and Sustainability Academy, there he observed a group of students paying close attention to the math lesson the teacher was giving via instructions on how to design and build a roof.

“I realized that we needed to bring the academic element into the shop environment,” Tony said. “We had to make learning hands-on.”

Read the article in its entirety here.

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