What Is reDesign?

Who We Are

We believe that all young people can become independent, passionate learners who are prepared for college, regardless of economic circumstance, race, or family history. For us, education is fundamentally an issue of social justice.

What We Do

We collaborate with clients on projects that push the envelope of vision and design, projects that are reimagining what teaching and learning can be, particularly for the most vulnerable and marginalized youth in our society.

reDesign Blog

Who's Leading the Way?

A Promising Competency-based Model for Historically Marginalized Students Competency-based education models are complicated organisms, and staging their development and growth is generally a multi...

Leveling the Playing Field

Asynchronous Learning in High-Poverty, Competency-based Urban High Schools At the U School we are big believers in the notion that skillful, independent learning is central to leading a meaningful...

Can Literature Make Our Nation Less Insular?

I grew up in a “flyover” state that is most notable for its spotlight in a 1930’s film where a young lady tries to escape the ennui of her farm life by running away to something bigger and brighter,...