CPSI 2016 – Thank You

In June, the Creative Education Foundation welcomed 400 people to the 62nd Annual Creative Problem Solving Institute, the longest-running creativity conference in the world. We are deeply grateful to all of our volunteers, facilitators, sponsors, and partners! CEF_CPSI Buffalo_ThankYouAd_PRESS... Read more »

Kellogg’s Sponsorship at CPSI

CEF is proud to announce our new partnership with Kellogg’s. Not only is Kellogg’s providing a $5,000 sponsorship in support of CPSI, they will bring a real healthy eating challenge from Kellogg’s to our young creators participating in YouthWise so they can use their Creative Problem Solving skills to help Kellogg’s develop a solution. Executive Director, Beth Miller, says, “ This is exactly the kind... Read more »

Creative Education Foundation and Georgetown Public Schools: The Case for Creativity

Dr. Julie DeRoche, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Georgetown Public Schools Beth Miller, Executive Director, Creative Education Foundation As we have all seen, the marketplace and workplace is changing at breakneck speed. We are not now preparing our students for this fast-changing workplace. Indeed, it isn’t just that we need to prepare our children for a changing marketplace; we have to train them to be... Read more »

The Katherine O. Heusner Service and Commitment Award

The CEF Board of Trustees is proud to announce the Katherine O. Heusner Service and Commitment Award. In recognition of Kitty’s continued service, leadership, and devotion to CEF and CPSI, we are pleased to dedicate the Creative Problem Solving Institute 15-Year Service and Commitment Award in her name. Kitty’s long involvement with the Creative Education Foundation spans more than 30 years, during which time she... Read more »

Georgetown Public High School and Creativity Curriculum

“We are always told what to do, so I liked having permission to be wild and crazy, “ said Ethan, a Georgetown High School student. With teachers trained by the Creative Education Foundation (CEF), students taking creativity classes at Georgetown High School experienced the inspiration garnered by Creative Problem Solving (CPS). Through a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, CEF has... Read more »