I agree capacity is the bottleneck. Looking for synergies with what is already going on, within ReaGent or otherwise, is a good strategy: Ekoli, schools, universities, dedicated organisations that have some form of an educational track already (eg. Belgian diabetes liga <Dutch> https://www.diabetes.be/wat-diabetes).
I advocate for working progressively, starting with things that can be made quickly (knowledge tidbits, short posts, graphics, ...) while building up reach and resources for harder things.
Ideally all educational material can be shared with Sydney and Oakland and made so that it requires minimal effort to adapt it to the local conditions. This goes for local use as well: if we can make it so it is easily used by any type of organisation for many types of audience, spread it openly, we save ourselves a lot of groundwork. It takes a bit more coordination work, however it translates in more reach for everyone involved.
Youth education would be an exception, as fitting it into the local educational system will always require some work. In the Belgian case, I think we have enough experience with Ekoli to do this. We can try to share this experience through an appendix though.
We should flesh out a good synergy with the goal of the Open Insulin project as @Noemi mentions. Ideally the three points made by Anthony can be integrated in Niek's idea. Content on insulin/diabetes is the 'vehicle' for explaining less visible/more abstract things like open source and citizen science.