across america April 22 - May 23, 2022 | in swpa May 12 - 23, 2022
Experience the future of learning
Remake Learning Days Across America is an innovative learning festival for families and youth, coming to a region near you this spring.
What is Remake Learning Days?
Remake Learning Days Across America is an innovative learning festival for families and youth that gives each and every child a chance to experience the future of learning.
Remake Learning Days Across America (RLDAA) is powered by Remake Learning, a peer network for educators and innovators in southwestern Pennsylvania. Knowing that no one organization can transform teaching and learning alone, Remake Learning helps bring people, projects, and organizations together, to create more opportunities for learning that’s engaging, relevant, and equitable. RLDAA celebrates the spirit of Remake Learning with families and youth throughout the country.
During Remake Learning Days festivals, schools, museums, libraries, STEAM labs, afterschool programs, community centers, universities, tech startups, and more host family-friendly learning events, all free or low-cost, so kids and caregivers can experience learning together. Remake Learning Days helps parents be more engaged in their child’s learning, be better advocates for their education, and understand their crucial role in learning.
In 2016, Remake Learning Days launched in southwestern PA and has since hosted 1,200+ learning events for 150,000 families in the region! In 2019, Remake Learning Days started its spread across America. Today, it is taking root in over 17 regions and pop-up locations across the country. Find out more at remakelearningdays.org.
RLDAA 2021 Recap
As part of the 2016 launch of Remake Learning Days, more than 100 organizations made commitments to support learning innovation. Philanthropies, businesses, and governments pledged more than $25 million of investment. Program providers announced expansions that would impact more than 400,000 kids and 20,000 educators across southwestern Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
- The Pennsylvania Department of Education committed to establishing a statewide STEM education taskforce along with nine regional STEM education stakeholder workgroups.
- Chevron Appalachia, LLC committed more than $2 million to expand maker learning programs in rural communities across western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, and northern West Virginia.
- An anonymous donor committed more than $2.5 million to promote technology-rich and open-walled educational experiences for youth in populations underrepresented in STEM careers.
- Google Pittsburgh committed to partner with Remake Learning members throughout the region to give more kids the opportunity to create with technology.