We believe that the voices of students, educators, and families should be front and center in decisions about how to remake school after this moment.
We believe that conversations within communities, between people who care about each other, are the practice of democratic discussion our country needs right now.
We believe that our country is in a moment of challenge and division...and that this opens the possibility for creating new shared visions and positive change.
100 Days of Conversations is a collaborative project organized to catalyze conversations in communities across the country on each of the first 100 days of the new administration - January 20th - April 29th, 2021.
These conversations will be analyzed and highlighted for collective dreams and turned into policy advocacy briefs to be shared back to the participating communities and with state and federal education departments, nonprofit organizations, and educators.
We are seeking young people, educators, and community members across the country to catalyze and facilitate conversations in their communities. If you're part of a human-centered school, nonprofit, or education organization, partner with us by hosting a conversation.
We've collected over 100 conversations from 37 states! Our next step is to make meaning of these conversations with participants and build advocacy, art, and policy. Stay tuned for more information.