In addition to educating the public and sharing resources, we want to collaborate with you to make your voice heard in our education system!
We also work with strategic partner organizations to equip people like you to become effective leaders who influence their own communities with grassroots change. Here's our big-picture view of working with both individuals and organizations:
We collaborate with individuals through shared educational stories, empowering resources, and identifying gaps in the American instructional process that the citizens of our country must act upon. Part of collaboration includes defining goals to work toward hand in hand. At NWEF, we provide individual citizens with the statistics, strategies, and community that they need in order to find their voice and use it responsibly in their local communities.
To us, education is a story shaped by individual choices and actions. No person is too small, too "unqualified," or too isolated to make a difference. That's why we always invite you—our readers—to make the change. We can't give our children a better educational future without you.
Part of our goal is to curate strategic partnerships with other organizations, so that together we can equip individuals for action. We are stronger when we work together!
We collaborate with strategic partner organizations to equip people with the information they need to become involved in education—whether that is as invested parents, as teachers in our nation's schools, or citizens who run and win elected office (especially in state and local school boards).
If you think your organization would like to partner with our work in education, please contact us! We'd love to hear what you have to say about the state of today's education, school policy, and instructional design.
We are proud to announce our alliance with The Leadership Institute to give citizens tools for action in their local communities.
Vision & Mission
To change education and culture through foundational principles and sound policy.
To educate and collaborate with individuals and organizations to tell the story of America’s education and culture, identify foundational principles that improve it, and advance practice and policy to change it.