For more than a decade, educators in the Pittsburgh region have been taking risks, reaching higher, and pushing the limits of learning. In 2019, in partnership with the Grable Foundation and Remake Learning, the HundrED Spotlight on Pittsburgh is shining a light on the educators and innovators doing extraordinary things to help students in southwestern Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia flourish.
About The Grable Foundation
The Grable Foundation believes in possibilities: that a child will experience something new that will change his or her life; that a teacher will have the resources to nurture students; that kids will play and learn and grow on their own time, in their own way, guided by a community of people and places keen to make these possibilities a reality. The Foundation awards support to organizations that improve the lives of children and youth across the Pittsburgh region from early childhood through the formative years, inside the classroom and out.
Learn more at www.grable.org.
About the Foundation's support for Remake Learning (which is what prompted this partnership with HundrED):
What is Remake Learning?
Remake Learning is a network that ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change.
Learn more at remakelearning.org/about/
What has Remake Learning achieved?
Since its formation in 2007, the community of educators and innovators known as Remake Learning has made a tangible impact on the lives of teachers and learners in the greater Pittsburgh region. In 2017, Remake Learning published a report on its impact on teaching and learning. See the report at remakelearning.org/learning-together