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Join us for Remake Learning Days - Chattanooga

Join us for the second year of Remake Learning Days – Chattanooga, a festival of hands-on and engaging learning events for all youth. From maker events in Chattanooga’s public libraries and youth and family development centers, to STEM nights, girls coding events, and electric racecars, there is something everyone. The Public Education Foundation and the City of Chattanooga are proud to be a part of the Remake Learning Days Across America! Join us for Remake Learning Days in Chattanooga from May 6 – 15, 2021.

Chattanooga is a vibrant and thriving mid-sized river city, surrounded by outdoor adventure and the natural beauty of the mountains in southeast Tennessee. Chattanooga is one of the most revitalized cities in the country with rapidly growing arts, tech-startup, and outdoor adventure communities. Capitalizing on this growth, Chattanooga is home to one of the richest digital fabrication communities in the country. From community maker spaces in libraries and the world’s fastest gigabit internet throughout the community, to the largest school-based Fab Lab network in the world (HCS eLabs),  Chattanoogans have access to one-of-a-kind opportunities from cradle through career. We are so committed to this revitalization, Mayor Andy Berke recently declared Chattanooga to be the “City of Creators!”

If you’re in the area, be sure to join us for the Remake Learning Days – Chattanooga!


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Chattanooga: Teacherpreneur

Teacherpreneur is an initiative for P12 teachers that blends the impact of a start-up incubator with the unique perspective of teachers. Teacherpreneurs participate in a six-week start-up bootcamp designed to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset. The training culminates in a public pitch competition, followed by two years of support and up to $10,000 for Teacherpreneurs to launch their idea.


At PEF, we believe there’s nothing more important to our community’s future than strengthening our public schools. Our mission is simple: we want to increase student achievement so all students succeed in learning and in life.