What are Pop-Up Events?
We recognize that great learning opportunities are happening everywhere! The primary goal of Remake Learning Days Across America (RLDAA) is to create authentic, multi-generational experiences for parents and caregivers to truly take an active part in the future of learning, as it’s happening right now, on the ground, in their very own schools, museums, libraries, and community organizations. We want to connect families to the trusted people in their own communities who are finding new ways to create engaging, relevant, equitable learning experiences for the 21st century and beyond.
Even if you might not be one of the participating regions in the inaugural cohort, we still encourage organizations to submit events as a Pop-Up Event. Events should be hands-on and engaging learning events for youth and their families that occur between March 15 through June 30, 2019. Or, if you are in one of the participating regions but want to host an event outside of your region’s festival dates, we welcome you to submit an event as a Pop-Up.
You can submit your RLDAA Pop-Up event here.
At Remake Learning Days Across America, we will provide you access to the materials that we share with event hosts in the participating regions (design assets, social media toolkit, survey, etc.). Any of our RLDAA team members are available to help and answer questions.
Let’s remake learning together.
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