About Us

The Center for Curriculum Redesign (CCR) is a global non-profit organization dedicated to making education more relevant by answering the question:

Why, What, and How should students learn for the age of AI?

and then openly propagating its recommendations on a worldwide basis.  Understanding the Why and reshaping the What and How of education is ever-more critical in the context of economic and social justice and equity issues, which are amplified by new technologies, such as AI and biotech, and planetary-wide problems, such as global warming and pandemics.  The last major changes to the historical curriculum took effect in the late 1800’s as a response to the sudden growth in societal and human capital needs.

As the world of the 21st century bears little resemblance to that of the 19th century, education curricula need to be deeply redesigned for the four dimensions of (modernized) Knowledge, Skills, Character, and Meta-Learning. Adapting to 21st-century needs means revisiting each dimension and the interplay between them and modern pedagogy.

With the recent explosion of AI and CCR’s decades of experience studying the current and potential impact of AI on education, CCR’s leading role in deep, synthesized, and applied research and product development is more timely than ever. 

CCR’s offerings include:

To ensure that its work is reflective of the range of educational concerns, CCR partners with organizations across all areas of the education ecosystem. These include international organizations, jurisdictions, academic institutions, corporations, and non-profit organizations.