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We know what it takes to transform schooling. Your support puts our knowledge into action.

Our work to keep our classrooms relevant to students’ lives, to keep our educators and artists prepared for the lasting work of humanizing schooling, is ever evolving.

Give now and help us continue to create more compassionate and creative classrooms.

For the past eight years, People in Education has:

PIE’s work is anchored by the critical connections we make with young people, educators and other people in education. Here’s what they have to say:

Rida Institute

“Each time I experience the Rida I learn something new. This particular experience allowed me to dive deeper into who I am as an educator and exposed how I show up in the classroom through my behaviors. I also experienced love and support from the participants in a space that encouraged open-mindedness and thoughtfulness. The Rida never disappoints.”
— Kiarra Ambrose, Rida Alumna
Our annual  Rida Institute  is more than professional development. It’s a supportive space to visit over and over again for educators, seasoned and new. It’s a blossoming community of people committed to humanizing the learning experience both for their students and for themselves.

Our annual Rida Institute is more than professional development. It’s a supportive space to visit over and over again for educators, seasoned and new. It’s a blossoming community of people committed to humanizing the learning experience both for their students and for themselves.

Youth Programming

As our  work with young people  evolves, one vital piece remains: We value process over product and people over institutions. Our programming centers connection, curiosity and reflection as vital ingredients of a humanizing learning space.

As our work with young people evolves, one vital piece remains: We value process over product and people over institutions. Our programming centers connection, curiosity and reflection as vital ingredients of a humanizing learning space.

As an 8th grader, I never thought I had the power to change my city. But with PIE, I see that I can start with myself and my class then eventually the city... I learned that it’s not always about you - you have to care about the community and what’s going on outside of your home and your situations because if you don’t then you don’t know what’s going on.
— PIE Middle School Student

PIE’s work creates educational spaces that cultivate curiosity, using the questions young people have about their world as a launch pad toward relevant, meaningful learning. Give now and join us in humanizing schooling.

Thank you for your support. All donations to People in Education are processed through Allied Media Projects, a 501c3 tax deductible organization.