Harmony Public Schools was invited to present alongside Getting Smart and Buck Institute at the annual iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium this past October hosted at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. During the session “Preparing Students for A Next-Gen, Project Based World,” a group of Harmony students were also in attendance to bring student voice to PBL, and share their experiences at Harmony and how project-based learning is preparing them for tomorrow. The iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium has been bringing together industry leaders for K-12, educators, policymakers, and researchers for many years. During the symposium, leaders from Buck Institute for Education (BIE) and Getting Smart spent an entire afternoon visiting Harmony Science Academy San Antonio and talking to students and teachers in our project based classrooms. BIE Executive Director Bob Lenz shared with Harmony educators how impressed he was with the way students articulate their learning experience in PBL and showing their excitement and engagement in high quality projects. Buck Institute for Education has been a proud partner in education who strongly believes in the importance of project based learning. Harmony educators used BIE research and PBL framework for creating the STEMSOS model.