Young people today are growing up in a time of rapid social and technological changes. They’re learning how to make sense of the world around them, and they’re preparing for a future that is as exciting as it is uncertain. Remake Learning’s catalytic grants help educators provide more young learners with more learning experiences in more equitable ways that spark wonder, compassion, and a sense of belonging and opportunity.
These grants help more school districts create hands-on learning makerspaces. They help neighborhood organizations support youth leading community health campaigns, litter clean-ups, and main street business district revitalizations. They help artists and museum educators create more opportunities for teens to develop physical and digital creativity skills, and so much more.
Guided by our mission, vision, and values, we specifically seek to support equitable learning projects that support learners in poverty, learners of color, learners in rural areas, girls in STEM, and learners with exceptionalities. Each grant cycle builds on more than a decade of work undertaken by Remake Learning and its network of more than 500 schools, libraries, museums, nonprofits, and other youth-serving organizations to ensure all learners have access to engaging, relevant, and equitable learning experiences designed to help them thrive.