How Paid Internships Can Add Huge Value to a Young Person’s Life By Tony Monfiletto, Future Focused Education | August 24, 2017 “Imagine how our city would be different if more young people had a chance to work with professionals like Frederica and the Human Resources team at PNM. “”Imagine how our city would be different if more young people …
Solving for X – Encouraging Students to Speak out Through TheaterBy Meggan Gomez, Working Classroomy | March 15, 2017 “The topics of less testing, more funding and better food all rank high. But so do vocational education, more individualized attention, and more time to socialize and be people together.” “The topics of less testing, more funding and better food all …
By Tony Monfiletto| Executive Director | June 17, 2016
I’m convinced that New Mexico has yet to mobilize our greatest resources to overcome the challenges we face – our resilience…
By Tony Monfiletto | Executive Director of Future Focused Education | March 10, 2016
Ashley Smith, the Executive Director & Founder of the Artesian Community School in Memphis, Tennessee is planning her new school and spent two days with us to learn about our work.
By Tim Kubik, Ph.D. | February 18, 2016
Educators at ACE believe that education needs to meet today’s workforce demands, and of possible futures we can’t imagine.
By Tony Monfiletto| Executive Director| January 11, 2016
This is a moment in time when we could chart a future that connects our schools to our future prosperity.
By Tony Monfiletto | Executive Director | October 29, 2015
The Milken Award is reserved for our nation’s most respected teachers. Some call it the Grammy™ of education.
By Tony Monfiletto | Executive Director | October 15, 2015
In 2009 an effort emerged that sought to bring critical changes to a community whose students were experiencing progressive inertia in their educational performance.
By Moises Padilla | September 03, 2015
Entrepreneurs drive the economy and account for the majority of the nation’s new job creation. Almost 80 percent of would-be entrepreneurs in the U.S. are between the ages of eighteen and thirty-four.