Partnering for more equitable arts education
Quality arts opportunities are often only available to the wealthiest and whitest schools and students. Community-based partnerships offer a more equitable way forward.
Exploring the future of STEM, two decades in
Why science, tech, engineering, and math will benefit from greater student voice, social justice integration, and more
4 Trends in EdTech Happening Now
A look at what's happening now in the world of educational technology, and what we might see on the horizon.
You Are Here: The Power of Place in Learning
In our first series of 2020, we explore Place-Based Education and how it's helping educators and learners achieve their deeper learning goals
Making learning more real
Learning doesn’t have to feel separated from real life. How are Remake Learning members making learning more real for young people?
From youth voice to youth power
Adults often help youth raise their voices as a way to support creative expression and identity formation. How do we go further? There's a growing interest in building on that foundation to create real opportunities for youth take power in their lives and learning.
Spotlight: Parents in Toto on learning with Autism & supporting those in need
Quality of life is increased when we have a sense of community around us and understanding from our loved ones. A good life at home can bring many positive outcomes for people afflicted with disorders.
Catching up with CSforPGH
What’s new in the effort to build a more equitable and inclusive future for computer science education in the region? Catch up on the latest with CSforPGH lead LaTrenda Leonard Sherrill.
Designing spaces ready for the future of learning
Educators join architects and national design leaders to explore the anatomy of modern learning spaces
How can we broaden the CS pipeline? #CSforInclusion
These educators all around the region are pushing for more programs for youth in computer science; inclusion plays a pivotal role.
Resource Roundup: Summer 2019
A rundown of summertime professional development for educators, local and national conferences, grants and other funding opportunities, and learning programs for children, youth, and families