An interview for The Reciprocity Project with Kateri Zuni | Radio Producer & Former Youth Coordinator at Generation Justice
Why is Albuquerque the hidden gem of school innovation? Tony Monfiletto explains on KKOB’s “Start Bragging” podcast.
By Larry Myatt | Education Resources Consortium
Now is the time for disruption. The pressures of this pandemic demand innovation. The Reciprocity Project is ready to seize this moment.
“We need to understand why young people have always been disconnected, and design for a very different future in which they are reconnected—for good.” Here’s how we do it.
As we all navigate the strange new reality of a public health crisis, now seems like an opportune moment to name two outdated assumptions.
How to Prevent Kids from DisconnectingView Post
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.