School Retool is a professional development fellowship that helps school leaders like you redesign your school culture using small, scrappy experiments called “hacks.” Hacks may start small, but they're built on research-based practices that lead to Deeper Learning, and can create the kind of big change you aspire to—namely, preparing your students for life in the real world.
After 3.5 months of hacking and learning, you'll go home with a shiny, new process for change, a handful of like-minded principals on speed dial, and the start of a retooled school.
What we mean when we talk about hacking.
We are currently planning for cohorts in Washington D.C., Detroit, Virginia, Idaho, San Francisco, and Colorado, with more on the way.
Apply now to join our next group of Hack Fellows.
This is our gallery of Big Ideas from schools in the Deeper Learning network. We'll use these successful practices stories as inspiration for our own hacks during the program.