In a city known for reinventing itself, Pittsburgh and its Remake Learning Network are forging a new kind of modern education—one in which the region is a classroom and learners leverage the technology, creativity, and innovations that have transformed Fred Rogers’ hometown. Representing more than 250 schools, museums, libraries, and community centers, Remake Learning has reset educational expectations – in and out of school – PreK to Grade 12, earning coverage by Forbes, the Stanford Social Innovation Review and the World Economic Forum. This session will discuss how the network’s award-winning partnerships, programs and events are inspiring lifelong learners in Pittsburgh and beyond.
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