RLDAA wraps up a remarkable year of learning innovation with international awards and panel appearances
A round-up of recent events and awards we're encouraged by as we look ahead to the future of learning
Reflection and celebration: Introducing the new Remake Learning Network Director
A leadership update from the Remake Learning Co-Chairs
Announcing the CSforALL 2020 Commitments from the Pittsburgh region
Organizations in the Pittsburgh region are making a commitment to expanding access to computer science education
Meet the CSforPGH Learning Lab Teaching Assistants
Five computer science trailblazers are helping forge more equitable and engaging learning pathways for local students
Learning Hubs Help Students Thrive with School and Enrichment Programs
A look inside how Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania has stepped up to provide equitable, accessible and safe Learning Hub programs for local youth during COVID-19 shutdowns
Igniting Racial Equity in Allegheny County’s Literacy Ecosystem
New training will help organizations support children’s emerging literacy—and their own emerging understanding of racial bias—through picture books
Educators and Researchers Convene to Shift Power in Educational Research
Initiative embarks on equity-focused R&D through collaborative projects, new processes
Toward a Limitless Tomorrow
As the first phase of the Tomorrow campaign comes to a close, we share a little of what we’ve seen, heard, and learned.
Remake Learning Field Notes: June – September 2020
A seasonal update from Remake Learning field director Ani Martinez
Remake Learning Days Across America Kickoff to Showcase the Future of Learning in 16 regions throughout the U.S.
Cities across the nation will offer insider previews of free, hands-on learning events coming in 2021 — and celebrate a new report by global innovation-spotter HundrED highlighting the groundbreaking, scalable work of 16 leading innovations in education.
Want more girls in STEM? Start by building a community.
Students and educators from The National Center for Women & Information Technology lead a virtual Lunch & Learn on diversity in computing
What’s Working in Schools Now?
Webinar series continues with new sessions for school leaders in October and November
Samantha Utley: Teaching and Leading with Grace
Examining the intersections of inclusion, environment, community and conversation with the Falk School’s new equity coordinator
Dr. Chuck Herring: A Hip-Hop Educator
Catching up with the director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at South Fayette Township School District
Equity in PA “Fill-Up” gives a crash-course in the fundamentals of equitable education
Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims leads a tour of the PDE’s framework for equitable practices, with plenty of resource pit-stops along the way
Beyond Re-Opening Schools report from Brookings shares insight on growing connections between families and schools
Can the world's communities build something even better than before by expanding on trends like the sudden increase in communication between families and schools?
Resource Roundup: Anti-Racist Education
Anti-racist teaching tools plus more to read, watch, and listen on equity in education
Innovation on the fly
The pandemic stretched Allegheny County’s human services network, but it also unleashed new innovation and collaboration to equitably support children, families and communities
Four Questions with Emmai Alaquiva
A rapid-fire Q&A with this award-winning artist, entrepreneur, and mentor on the intersections of art, education, and the current crises in public health and racial equity.
Centering, Naming, and Liberating through Black Creativity
The Black Transformative Arts Network combines a learner-centered approach with Africana knowledge pools, Black history, culture, and arts to transform and transcend status-quo learning in a multi-generational context.
“Remaking Tomorrow” report points toward a post-pandemic future built on innovation and community collaboration
The Future of Learning Commission shares insights on an encouraging path forward
Reflecting on a Racial Justice Book Study with white Folx
White educators share learnings from critical study, dialogue, and action required to dismantle racism in themselves, education systems, and society.