Designing 2030: The Concord Consortium’s Big Dreams for the Future of Education

The Concord Consortium’s new initiative is setting its sights on the future of education. Designing 2030 is galvanizing plans to revolutionize STEM teaching and learning with the goal of reaching more students with open data and educational technology.

At the inaugural Designing 2030 two-day summit in May 2018, the Concord Consortium convened 30 STEM education professionals, leaders of informal education institutions, scientists, entrepreneurs, curriculum developers, K-12 educational software programmers, teachers, and learning scientists at Dynamicland, an experimental community computing space in Oakland, California. And in January 2019, 23 learning scientists, curriculum designers, youth media and open data researchers, citizen science specialists, and data literacy advocates gathered for a day and a half for Designing 2030: Thinking & Doing with Data in Palo Alto, California, to think specifically about teaching and learning in a data-rich world.

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