A national alliance dedicated to transforming higher education by empowering students to shape their educations is growing and ready to showcase a dynamic year that included meeting with elected officials and other leaders on Capitol Hill.
Leaders for REP4, which stands for Rapid Education Prototyping for Change, Learners, Community, Equity, will present a National Convening at 1 p.m. Dec. 13 that highlights the progress and continued momentum of the national alliance founded by Grand Valley State University and a diverse set of learner-focused colleges and universities across the country.
The National Convening will also include an opportunity to view student pitches and prototypes designed to strengthen and transform education. Register and watch the National Convening on the REP4 website . Viewers and visitors to the REP4 website will have the opportunity to upvote their favorite pitches after the premiere.
" The solutions being created by REP4's students demonstrate the benefits of giving learners the opportunity to be architects of their educational journey and our universities," said GVSU President Philomena V. Mantella. "The confidence and skills that REP4 brings out in students will help us grow the changemakers and leaders of the future."