BRUTE Design Thinking for Kids

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BRUTE Design Thinking for Kids is a social enterprise inspired by the vision that all children should receive both a quality education regardless of socio-economic, gender and geographic barriers. This innovative program aims to give students in grades 4th through 8th, from low-income areas in the San Francisco Bay Area, greater access to self-directed activities, hands-on learning and collaborative play. BRUTE Design Thinking for Kids addresses just some of the gaps in education reform; the program seeks to help students think creatively and achieve at high levels through product design, idea generation, architecture and visual arts.
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September 4, 2013
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BRUTE's mission.

Although the public education system in the United States guarantees a free education at all levels, the cost of both public and private education has risen and a quality transformative education is particularly non-existent in poverty-stricken areas.


While a number of schools train students for test taking and exams, BRUTE’s program differentiates itself by focusing on design thinking and sustainability. The Design Thinking for Kids team will work with teachers, administration, parents, and students from grades four to eight.