We cultivate change and promote innovation in education. Our programs focus on increasing educational equity, improving learning outcomes through technology, and preparing the future workforce.
Ed Farm equips educators in schools and communities with innovative tools and teaching strategies that support active learning for all students.
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We offer a variety of programs that promote innovation in education. Through these programs, we help grow and expand problem-solving capabilities by utilizing challenge-based learning experiences, encouraging collaboration, and building digital skills.
Propel Center is a physical and virtual campus imagined and designed by Ed Farm to provide Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with shared services to support their work of preparing leaders who improve our word. Via a physical campus and digital learning tools, students from all 101 HBCUs will connect with the brightest minds in the world, global opportunities, and with each other, on their way to developing into civic-minded leaders and entrepreneurs.
Middle and high school students build digital skills and collaborate to solve real community challenges.
Educators come together to support active learning by using innovative resources and teaching strategies.
Adult learners participate in free classes that prepare them to fill or create the jobs of the future.
Founders and future founders learn the entrepreneurial mindset through hands-on training that lead to the creation of innovative businesses, tools, and services that move education forward.
Propel Center is a physical and virtual campus that is imagined and designed by Ed Farm to provide Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) shared services.