The Future of Learning in the Pittsburgh Region

Publication
May 9, 2016

By: Jason Swanson

Pittsburgh’s Remake Learning Network commissioned KnowledgeWorks to help the region answer that question by exploring potential local impacts of trends highlighted in our fourth comprehensive forecast, The Future of Learning: Education in the Era of Partners in Code.How might one community shape the future of learning in the face of exponential change?

Already a leader in incenting ecosystem-wide innovation to help engage students in the digital age, Pittsburgh’s Remake Learning Network commissioned KnowledgeWorks to help the region answer that question by exploring potential local impacts of trends highlighted in our fourth comprehensive forecast, The Future of Learning: Education in the Era of Partners in Code. This adaptation explores six of the provocations from the original forecast, highlighting local signals of change and examining opportunities to help learners and the region adapt to the emerging era. Distributed as an insert in a local newspaper, it aims to engage community members, parents, educators, and other stakeholders in remaking learning for the future and considering what the Remake Learning Network might look like in 2026.

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THE AUTHOR

Jason Swanson
Senior Director of Strategic Foresight

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