Melani Alonso promised her mother she’d become a doctor. Now, freshly graduated from high school, she’s already certified as a nurse assistant and home health aid. She’s now embedded in the healthcare sector with an X3 internship.
By Timothy Ware | Co-founder and CEO, The Higher Learning Project | July 16, 2020
Disconnected Youth: An Unseen Casualty of the Coronavirus in America
By Nichelle Gilbert, Zully Rodríguez, and Antonio Granillo, Partnership for Community Action | July 9, 2020
We can either wait for the world to go back to “normal,” or we can seize this moment and build an education system that serves all children.
By Justin Wells | Executive Director, Envision Learning Partners | July 2, 2020
If we don’t see graduate profiles made visible in actual student work then we’re destined to look back on grad profiles as another edu-trend.
By Landon Mascareñaz | June 25, 2020
Both systems were created by white men to advance white men. Both systems resisted efforts at integration. Both systems were not built or created by those they now serve.
By Future Focused Education | June 18, 2020.
Black teachers and leaders share what it means to be a Black educator in New Mexico, and how to dismantle the racist education system starting now.
By Future Focused Education | June 10, 2020.
The Black Lives Matter protests are proof that schools must be dismantled to address the system’s inherent racism. This is our pledge to the students who are at the front lines of change.
By Katie Barrett Kramer and Dan Cooley | Founding Partners, The School Leadership Project
The School Leadership Project is exploring the power and possibility of putting students at the center of educational change and justice—and they’re using Future Focused as a model. Here’s how.
By Leticia Archuleta | Executive Director, Health Leadership High School | May 21, 2020
Health Leadership High School is the first High School in the state to offer a dual credit certification to become Community Health Workers.