The Peace First Challenge helps youth (aged 13–25) create and lead projects that address injustice in their community through compassion, courage, and collaborative leadership. All they have to do is upload a one-minute reel on their Instagram or TikTok profile, showing how young people are changing their communities for the better.
Every year invention education experts at the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) collaborate with NIHF inductees to develop an all-new curriculum for Camp Invention. By integrating 21st-century learning with fun, hands-on activities, the NIHF team ensures that each STEM education program not only aligns with state and national K–6 education standards but also provides the next generation of inventors with skills to last a lifetime.
As part of its commitment to working and learning alongside students, reDesign is calling on students to help change education for the better. Applications to join thethird cohortof the reDesign Youth Advisory Councilare open to all high schoolers who are passionate, curious problem-solvers eager to improve education.
World Savvy works with educators to make classrooms more inclusive, relevant, and engaging. The organization’s standards-aligned educational resources, curriculum, and teaching tools support the integration of global competence into teaching and learning.
Kate Strangfeld started Bite Scized Education to empower students to “think like scientists” by using food and cooking. Prior to attending the Learning Design, Innovation, and Technology Program at Harvard Graduate School of Education, Strangfeld went to culinary school and also taught science for eight years.