The Concord River Institute: Education Reimagined


Imagine the possibilities. If lines between disciplines were dissolved and if schools opened their doors to the world… if students were to become teachers and teachers had the chance to become learners again.

Building on the success of the innovative and nationally recognized Rivers and Revolutions program, the Concord River Institute’s goal is to transform education by developing students’ and teachers’ collaborative capacities and unlocking their creative potential.  Based in the home of the American Revolution, but also engaged with the world beyond national borders, the Concord River Institute develops and delivers programming local and internationally.

In the news

Michael Goodwin shares his passion for education and affection for Edie Brickell with Don Imus.

Segment 1 Segment 2

The Concord Journal has covered the program twice. 

Article 1 (2013) Article 2 (2015)

The Boston Globe writes a segment on Rivers and Revolutions when it started as a summer pilot program.

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