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Maker Promise partners are non-profit and higher ed organizations who offer free resources and support for Maker Champions. Search these shared resources in our Maker Resources area.
Digital Promise is a nonprofit organization authorized by Congress to spur innovation in education in order to improve the opportunity to learn for all Americans.
Maker Ed is a national non-profit organization that provides educators and institutions with the training, resources, and community of support they need to create engaging, inclusive, and motivating learning experiences through maker education.
The Buck Institute for Education (BIE) is the leader in providing professional development and support services related to Project Based Learning (PBL), and creates, collects, and shares high-quality PBL tools and resources.
The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh has more than 30 years of experience providing innovative learning experiences for children and families and serving as partner and a resource for people who work with or on behalf of children.
Founded in 2013 by former classroom teachers and technologists, the Digital Harbor Foundation transformed a closed-down rec center in Baltimore City into a vibrant Tech Center for youth.
The Edcamp Foundation supports educators organizing participant-driven professional development experiences. Edcamps are free public events which leverage...
The ExCITe Center of Drexel University works at the intersection of research, learning, and creative practice to connect technology and communities.
The Exploratorium is a public learning laboratory exploring the world through science, art, and human perception whose mission is to create inquiry-based experiences that transform learning worldwide.
Future Ready Librarians is an extension of the Future Ready Schools (FRS) initiative at the Alliance for Excellent Education aimed at connecting school librarians to the strategic work of school districts.
Iridescent’s mission is to empower the world’s underrepresented young people, especially girls, through engineering and technology to become innovators and leaders
With a focus on amplifying youth voice, making media, civic participation, and richer learning within and across the curriculum, KQED Learning enhances the way secondary teachers teach and students engage.
The Nation of Makers was formed to continue to grow the coalition of diverse organizations that are working to support the maker community.
Project H uses the power of creativity, design, and hands-on building to amplify the raw brilliance of youth, transform communities, and improve K-12 public education from within.
Remake Learning is a network that ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change.