15 Stories of 15 Years: Colleen Smith
Experiencing Diversity in Action and Feeling the Power of Humanity
Ecosystems for learning and development: In Pittsburgh and everywhere
How people, places, and possibilities come together to support the learning and development of youth in communities.
Building a STEM Pipeline Requires Cultivating Independent Learners
Simple ways to build independent learning skills in out-of-school time spaces and at home
Findings from the Remaking Tomorrow survey reveal social-emotional struggles, successes in technology, communication
Capturing the small but powerful things educators did to promote learning this past year
Three ways to craft a more representative makerspace
A guest post from Maker Learning Collaborative member Samantha Utley
Making it Happen with Jayla Patton
The first installment of Remake Learning's multimedia series spotlighting incredible maker educators throughout the region.
Building strong brains in early childhood
“For mankind to solve the problems of the future we absolutely need to make sure children have experiences that allow them to build the strongest brains possible.”
How has Remake Learning impacted you?
New research points to the lasting effects of network participation
Looking Ahead to Creative Partnerships in the Next Chapter of Remake Learning
A special update from Remake Learning Network Director Tyler Samstag
We all can help shape the new frontiers of science and technology
More than 2,800 participants gathered to brainstorm pathways toward a more equitable tomorrow with the Association of Science and Technology Centers
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
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.
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
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.
Rainbow Writers build skills, passions, and relationships
Strengths-based, participant-driven program provides an intentional, creative learning space for LGBTQ+ youth
Walk through the future of work with the Algorithmic Hiring Center
This experiential simulation helps educators consider the futures of work, hiring, and readiness for multiply-marginalized girls and other learners from vulnerable communities
Let’s Engage our English Learners!
It is a perfect time to consider new approaches to student engagement. Let’s offer meaningful access for our English Learners (ELs) through greater collaboration.
Finding Grace in the Present Moment
No fixing required. You are enough. You have all you need inside yourself.