How Do We Design a Learning Approach for Our Times?
Let’s help learners build on the basics to develop the higher order skills the new economy demands. The REIMAGINING EDUCATION movement wants to make learning more relevant to real life, real work and the opportunities of the digital age.

The Marketplace below is a visual map of where our work started. Hover your mouse to see our ideas in action
or select a focus area from the dropdown menu to the right.

Marketplace Ideas

Get Plugged In

  • Hack a Better Web


    The Digital Media & Learning Competition is sponsored by MacArthur each year. Youth, programmers, designers, and educators develop prototypes for social tools, including apps, badges, and curricula, to optimize the web for learning.
  • Champions of Change


    Connected educators will be recognized by the Champions of Change program, which honors ordinary Americans doing extraordinary work to to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world.
  • Join a Data Jam


    HarvardX, edX, Stanford University, LinkedIn and other partners will host collaborative Data Jams this fall to seek ways to improve outcomes in higher education. Organizations interested in hosting a Data Jam can email datapalooza@ed.gov.
  • More Ideas in Action


    Ideas that were surfaced and improved at the convening are taking shape in concrete form. From digital badging initiatives to the Educator Innovator Network to hacking a better web, see a sampler of Reimagining Education in action on our Get Plugged In page.

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