Our education team in Pittsburgh has built a strong connection with Remake Learning, an emerging professional network of educators and innovators working together to shape the future of teaching and learning in the Greater Pittsburgh Region. Part of that relationships allows us to write and publish content for their blog. Mike Corb recently had the opportunity to author our first post focused on strategies Pittsburgh schools can leverage to create 21st-century learning environments despite limited budgets.
The article references our efforts with Niagara Falls School District and Homewood-Brushton YMCA along with innovative work happening at nearby Seneca Valley School District. It focuses specifically on how districts can strategically invest in STEM and learning commons while also seeking out advantageous community partnerships.