Remake Learning Days - DMV
Remake Learning Days Festival Comes to DC-MD-VA!
From DC to Maryland to Virginia, a variety of organizations — such as schools, libraries, nonprofits, businesses and other community centers — will come together to provide our youth and families with innovative learning experiences. We look forward to having you join us from May 8-22, 2021!
DMV Festival Goals:
- Showcase how our region is leading the way to “remake” education to fit the needs of 21st-century learners;
- Demonstrate the value of creative, hands-on learning and make families aware of where to find these opportunities year-round;
- Generate support for relevant, engaging, and equitable learning in schools and other educational spaces;
- Support access to innovative learning opportunities reaching diverse audiences and under-resourced communities
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