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What does the integration of world class economic, educational, and environmental design look like? It looks like community leaders, educators, universities, business partners, policy-­makers, and funding streams aligning themselves around the learner, providing that learner with community and culturally responsive curriculum; the technological tools necessary to access information and create knowledge through project‐based inquiry; assessments that measure a variety of competencies; student support services; world class professional development, and a built environment rooted in principles of sustainability and technological innovation. Overall, through our portfolio of school and community-­ based participatory approaches and online platforms, I-SEEED provides innovative, tools, training, and assistance to youth, educational leaders, and community stakeholders to build college and career pathways, social enterprise, lifetime learning opportunities, and sustainable futures for all.