Remake Learning reports on the people, organizations, and ideas shaping the future of teaching and learning in the greater Pittsburgh region. Read stories about learning innovation on our blog and in the news, browse upcoming events and opportunities, and connect to resources and network members in Pittsburgh, West Virginia, and beyond.

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Partners

Remake Learning is the voice of the Kids+Creativity Network: more than 200 organizations working together to advance learning innovation in Pittsburgh and the surrounding communities of Southwevern Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

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“Learning Pathways.” Timothy Freeman Cook