For more than a decade, Remake Learning has served as the hub of a vibrant network of Pittsburgh-area educators, artists, technologists and community organizations with a shared goal of creating innovative, accessible learning opportunities for young people. Through its Remake Learning Days, the organization has showcased hands-on, engaging educational experiences for youth from pre-K through...
A lot of kids today feel this world is spinning out of control. It’s not the greatest time to be growing up. The children need to rise up to protect their future.
“Skateboarding was like ‘Narnia’ to me. It was this world of wonder."
"I hope the ‘Returning the Favor’ piece will inspire others to give back in their communities and Pittsburghers to get involved with our organization."
Making a difference in the world can deepen your family bond as you work together on a meaningful project.
How do you teach kids about diversity? Pennsylvania's second lady has a few ideas.
“When you have a chronically ill sibling, the healthy siblings can feel ignored at times."
“It’s encouraging to see something we feel in our gut is helpful actually be supported by research.”
"The bike world focuses on cycling as a sport. Jerry favored the human aspect."
In the aftermath of the Tree of Life shooting, educators and community groups turned to the Children’s Museum for some guidance and curriculum.
Shopping for these specific items can be a family project that helps kids to realize the importance of reaching out to others less fortunate.