As of April, 2019, there are now over 70 public, private and charter School Retool Fellows. The first cohort worked from January to March, 2018. This was an all-island cohort that did its hacking training at Hālau ‘Īnana, an innovation space build by Kamehameha Schools. The second and third cohorts did their work from January - April, 2019. One cohort consisted of school leaders from Lanai, Molokai and Maui. The other cohort was made up of school leaders from West Oahu. School Retool is a professional development fellowship that helps school leaders redesign school culture using small, scrappy experiments called “hacks.” Hacks may start small, but they're built on research-based practices that lead to Deeper Learning, and can create the kind of big change we aspire to—namely, preparing our students for life in the real world. School Retool Hawaiʻi is a partnership between Leigh Fitzgerald and @MLTSinHawaii.