Remake Learning Days Festival Comes to DC-MD-VA!

Remake Learning Days Across America (RLDAA) is a learning festival that celebrates the many learning opportunities in a community! This celebration, which is happening across the country in 17 different regions, highlights innovative experiences and opportunities for youth to develop their sense of creativity, perseverance and curiosity.

Across DC, Maryland and Virginia, a wide range of organizations — such as schools, libraries, nonprofits, businesses and other community centers — are coming together to provide our youth and families with high-quality learning experiences.  These events are designed to be hands-on, relevant and engaging educational experiences for youth and their families and caregivers. The majority of events are free and open to learners of all ages. 

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

The Remake Learning Days-DMV Festival is led by the Professional Development Collaborative at Washington International School and the KID Museum. We are proud to be a part of the national conversation on how to push youth education into the future!

We look forward to having you join us from May 8-22, 2021!

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Washington International School (WIS) is a coeducational independent school offering 900 students a challenging international curriculum and rich language program from Preschool – Grade 12. Founded in 1967, WIS has developed a reputation for excellence through its long-term partnerships with Project Zero, a research group at Harvard University, and the International Baccalaureate Organization. Its mission is “to be an exemplary learning community–enriched by differences, informed through inquiry, global in reach.” The Professional Development Collaborative–a center housed at WIS that serves educators in the region–will be co-leading  Remake Learning Days-DMV.

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KID Museum gives kids access to real tools and challenges them to address real-world problems with imagination and heart, empowering them to become creative problem-solvers and changemakers. Our dynamic programs serve kids ages 4 to 18 from all backgrounds and abilities, so the next generation of innovators reflects our diverse community.