Collaborations

We specialize in working with schools, organizations, and industry partners to create meaningful experiences and events centered on equity for justice. Check out some of our collaborations below!

Proud Partners

We are beyond proud to partner with Da Vinci Science High School for the 2021-2022 school year to provide meaningful student and teacher supports in the areas of PBL, science and equity, and STEM student mentoring and academic services!

STEM mentoring
after school tutoring

Featured Collaboration

We are beyond proud to collaborate with the Action for the Climate Emergency to provide educator lessons various topics to shed light on systemic environmental and social injustices using national data tools to help students take action!
Access the lesson plans at Our Climate Our Future.

Energy Justice Lesson

This lesson supports teachers and students to explore the idea of energy justice through community-level data analysis using the Department of Energy LEAD tool, household energy burden scores, and support to help students take action as change agents on this issue. Students are positioned at the launch of the lesson as the drivers of their own learning, and teachers play an important role in facilitating student understanding through deep questioning and discourse moves. During this lesson, students will engage in generating iterative questions that evolve as they learn more about energy justice and collect evidence throughout to answer their driving question. Teachers do not need to be experts on this topic to teach this lesson. This is designed as an opportunity for learning.

Regenerative Agriculture Lesson

This lesson supports teachers and students to explore concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) and regenerative agriculture through video shorts and a case study to support students as change agents on this issue. Students are positioned at the launch of the lesson as the drivers of their own learning, and teachers play an important role in facilitating student understanding through deep questioning and discourse moves. Teachers do not need to be experts on this topic to teach this lesson. This is designed as an opportunity for learning.