Connecting the world through shared dreams
Dreamline invites K-12 students to declare and share their dreams with the world, building student motivation and global empathy. Dreamline works in collaboration with Dream Flag Project®, a hands-on curriculum program, created at the Agnes Irwin School and adopted by more than 400 K-12 school sites across 42 states of the USA and 27 other countries. The Dreamline website and mobile app bring the dreams and aspirations of K-12 students into a social media space, creating inspiration, support, encouragement for students and the public everywhere.
Join the Dreamline to add art and voice to a global line of student dreams
Dreamline posts the Dream Flags and voices of students reading them from around the world. Choose what you want to see to get inspired, to share, and to show support. View and hear the dreams of students of a certain age, from a certain country or city, from a certain school, or with a certain teacher. Look below to see our postings grow. It all starts with one school and one dream.
"It's sad, but sometimes someone at home can tell you your dreams and goals can’t come true. Then I do my Dream Flag and share it with my peers and they encourage me, support me. I feel like I can do anything, achieve anything."
—Seventh Grade Student, Memphis Street Charter Academy, Philadelphia
Read the stories of teachers and students whose lives have been changed by sharing and declaring a dream.
We're creating an inspired global community of students taking action on their dreams, including millions in more diverse settings than ever - with Dreamline.
Anne Keiser, Washington, DCMurray Abramsky, New York, NYKathryn Fuller, Washington, DCwith Robert Wood Johnson Foundation matching gift, Princeton, NJ
Krista and Richard Pinola, Philadelphia, PADaniel and Sarah Harlan, Shanghai, CHINAJeffrey and Dale Garson, Ardmore, PASandra Crow, Wayne, PAAnonymous (2)
Dry Family FoundationRichard and Tina AplencBob MachadoWilliam & Marjorie Kriebel FoundationKathy JustiAndrew HourietMary Pat McFarlandRon CarletonJill FeighanDeb, Nick & Dan Murphy
Lisa WebsterAlex LatiesAndrew ConnallyBrenda ShieldsDavid MarshallDonna LindnerMeg RyanOlivia Pi-SunyerPatricia VoigtTony Wagner...and many more
Cloud Cloth Education is a 501(c)(3) and all donations are tax deductible. Cloud Cloth Education is entirely supported by voluntary contributions. Contributions to Cloud Cloth Education support the free Dreamline program offered to teachers and students around the globe, expansion of the program offerings, providing participation materials for those who can not afford them, and creating events where student dreams are celebrated. All amounts are welcome!