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From our colleagues at Transcend:

Transcend is gearing up to recruit rural communities for our next Rural Schools Design Community (RSDC).

RSDC is an opportunity for rural school communities to partner with Transcend in a ten-month cohort program to engage their communities in reimagining their school models. Rural school teams will gain experience in centering student voices and leading a community-based design process to reimagine their school models and drive equitable results. They will also integrate insights from science of learning and development and have opportunities to learn from each other and innovative models nationwide. The Rural Schools Design Community will be free of cost to all participants.

This flier shares additional information about the opportunity. Interested school communities can register for an interactive Sparks workshop this fall to learn more, and they can check out Transcend’s previous work in rural communities in this video.

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