School Retool is a professional development fellowship that helps school leaders redesign their school culture using small, scrappy experiments called “hacks.” Hacks may start small, but they’re built on research-based practices that lead to Deeper Learning, and can create the kind of big change you aspire to—namely, preparing your students for life in the real world.
School Retool was created through a partnership between IDEO, an international design and consulting firm, and The Institute of Design at Stanford University, often referred to as the d.school.
Western Pennsylvania is one of eight new School Retool cohorts launching throughout the United States this school year. The professional learning fellowship runs from January 18, 2017 through March 22, 2017 and includes in-person workshops, personal coaching, peer support, and lots of inspiration.
Registration is now closed for this year’s cohort of the School Retool.