This post was sponsored by The Motherhood. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. #RemakeLearning #143Day
Coming from Latrobe, I often this of the wisdom of Fred Rogers. One saying that I find particularly fitting during these times is “Often, when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.”
While our world may be rapidly changing there are still so many ways to spread kindness and love — ideas championed by Fred Rogers. Today is 143 Day, which was inspired by the late Mister Rogers who equated 143 with I (one) Love (four) You (three).
In honor of Mister Rogers, 143 Days, and his message of love, I am excited to be a part of Tomorrow, powered by Remake Learning, which focuses on asking what we can do today to make tomorrow a more promising place for every learner. I was selected, along with 142 other influencers across the country, to help inspire conversations and action, and pave the future of learning.
Just being from the same hometown as Mister Rogers has made a big impact on my life. It has allowed me to appreciate the work that Fred Rogers did in the spaces of mental health and children’s education in a much bigger way. His words still give us hope in these uncertain times while we continue to blaze a path into the future.
That is what is so great about the Tomorrow campaign. Taking place between May and October, it’s an opportunity to engage youth, families, and educators and provoke critical conversations about what comes next in the future of learning. The campaign will feature a series of virtual meet-ups and workshops, youth documentaries and podcasts, social media chats and exchanges of life lessons. There will even be grants to help educators forge the future of learning.
I’d love for you to join me on this journey and help #RemakeTomorrow. Start by telling me what are your hopes for today’s youth? What would you like to see their tomorrow look like?