Founded in 2014 by Paul Reville, former Massachusetts Secretary of Education and Professor of Practice of Educational Policy and Administration at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, EdRedesign is a university-based action research hub. In the pursuit of equity and social justice, we support the field in building cross-sector, community-wide systems of support and opportunity for children from birth to adulthood.

Our Vision

To give every child and youth in the U.S., particularly those affected by poverty, the opportunity to succeed in education and in life.

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The Challenge

To ensure opportunity for all children and youth—especially those living in poverty.

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Who We Are

Our team’s extensive experience at the intersection of policy, politics, research, system-building, and practice guides our collaborative work with community, municipal, and school leaders.

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We partner with local communities to create integrated systems of support and opportunity and cradle to career pipelines to meet the holistic needs of children and youth. In particular, EdRedesign supports mayors and elected officials, superintendents, and civic and community leaders in redesigning, aligning, and integrating systems of education, child development, and health to accelerate positive outcomes for all children and youth, especially those affected by poverty.