Last month, the three teams from our 2020-2021 Design Residency: Ventures program showcased their education ventures to a virtual panel of community and funder evaluators. It was a truly inspiring evening. As one attendee noted, “The insight and passion of each presenter enriched creativity.” Check out the recording of each entrepreneur’s showcase.
We are excited to announce that the DC Public Charter School Board (PCSB) conditionally approved the launch of our incubated school, DC Wildflower last night! Through a liberatory and identity-affirming learning environment, DC Wildflower will provide students across the city with a high-quality Montessori education. Unfortunately, Capital Experience Lab (CapX)—our other incubated school that applied…
This Thursday, April 22, the three teams from our 2020-2021 Design Residency: Ventures program will showcase their ventures to a virtual panel of community and funder evaluators. Afterward, we will host a 30-minute meet-and-greet for guests to ask questions and learn more about these emerging education solutions. If you haven’t already, register here.
We are coordinating a coalition to address lost instructional time. CityBridge is coordinating CityTutor DC, a coalition of civic, school, city, and community leaders and organizations working together to address lost instructional time in our nation’s capital. Over the next 18 months, we will be expanding access to high-impact tutoring for thousands of K-8 students. Learn…
We are partnering with schools to provide high-impact tutoring. As part of CityTutor DC, we are running Design Sprints with schools across DC to help them integrate high-impact tutoring into the school day. In our first Sprint, we partnered with 14 DC schools to help provide high-impact tutoring to over 1,000 students. Check out our inaugural Design Sprinters.
We are now accepting applications for our fall 2021 Design Fellowship. This four-month immersive fellowship will help school-based and non-school-based educators design and scale right-sized pilot solutions. Learn more and apply by May 7.
We kicked off our spring Design Fellowship with 33 educators and entrepreneurs committed to creating a more equitable and excellent education system. Over the next four months, we will be designing, testing, and scaling solutions to DC’s most pressing educational challenges. Learn more about Design Fellowship.
On February 16, we virtually toured GOODProjects’ learning hub—a space engaging students in Southwest DC’s Greenleaf community with remote learning and ensuring their needs are met during the pandemic. GOODProjects’ co-founder and key partners shared their perspectives and experiences in launching an innovative, equity-centered initiative with—not just for—the community. Check out the recording.