An increasing number of communities around the world are exploring the creation of their own learning ecosystems. Photo courtesy of Remake Learning.

Around the world, learning ecosystems are changing lives — especially in Pittsburgh

From Pittsburgh to Doncaster, learning ecosystems are building relationships, changing lives and reshaping the future of education.

Photo courtesy of Remake Learning.

Everything we need to build a brighter Tomorrow

After 18 months, Remake Learning’s Tomorrow campaign has developed a framework for learning in our fast-changing world that’s focused on justice, methods, and relationships.

Blueprint for Learning

If kids designed their own school, what might it look like? Blueprint for Learning grants are showing us.

Check out the cool spaces emerging from the Blueprint for Learning grants.

Photo courtesy of Remake Learning.

This Pittsburgh-area school is bringing mental health support to all of its students and teachers

Clairton City School District is leveraging a Moonshot Grant to change lives.

Photo courtesy of Remake Learning.

Personalized learning looks different in every district - -  just like the students it supports

How working groups, Moonshot Grants and dedicated educators are changing the face of personalized learning.

Afterschool programs can help your child succeed — and schools are beginning to notice

Afterschool programs are a place where kids are kept safe, “but also kids are learning there, whether it’s formal instruction or informal instruction.”

3 bold moves by local school districts are putting students at the center

From later start times to deep community involvement, here’s how local schools are innovating this year.

Vote now to send 4 groundbreaking, Pittsburgh-born ideas to the country’s coolest education festival

SXSW EDU is considering four Pittsburgh-based proposals, from imagining out-of-this-world ideas for education to the lessons today’s parents can learn from Fred Rogers. Vote now for the ones that inspire you!

Storytime in Schenley Plaza

 You and your little learner are invited to join Storytime every Friday in Schenley Plaza for a story reading followed by a free ride on the PNC Carousel (weather permitting). […]

Pitt Gene Team at Home (virtual)

Are you a student at an urban high school and interested in Biology? If so, the Gene Team program at Pitt would love to hear from you!  We are looking […]

How will nearly $500,000 in Moonshot Grants change the world of education?

Remake Learning’s Moonshot Grants aim to vault learning innovation into the stratosphere.

Keys to concentration: Why meeting basic needs means everything for kids in school

In addition to healthy food, kids need to feel safe, accepted for who they are and represented in their school communities.

Learning Planet Festival presents local solutions to global challenges

Pittsburgh’s Remake Learning collaborates with education leaders around the world.

Remake Learning Days wraps up a remarkable year of learning innovation

During the pandemic, public engagement with education has bloomed to levels we’d never seen before.

Exploring the new frontiers of science and technology in education

More than 2,800 participants gathered to brainstorm pathways toward a more equitable tomorrow with the Association of Science and Technology Centers.

Remake Learning works toward a limitless ‘Tomorrow’ in education

Remake Learning reflects on lessons learned from the first phase of the “Tomorrow” campaign.

What should the future of learning look like? Ask the students.

Before young people can build a better world, we need to fix the way that we’re teaching them.

Launching new ways of learning in Pittsburgh — and all across America

“We should embrace these innovations as signals about what’s possible.”

Math quiz: Could grassroots innovation + pandemic-fueled change = true transformation?

At this malleable moment, we can scale up progress for all learners.

So Now What? webinar: How to balance tech usage in a world of digital learning

“We just want to make sure we have a good handle on our child’s mental health.”