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Future is broken


“The Future is Broken. 

What we mean, is that we are headed towards a downward spiral. Our children are the future and so if we are unable to keep them safe and provide them with the education they deserve … well we’re doomed.

ReImagine is a term we like to use to describe a future society starting with our schools. By opening up the discussion to the community and youth we hear directly from the people experiencing the issues. With that we can reimagine and co create a better future together.”

~Paul Skippen

Future is broken

Zoom Town Halls

Conversation is what gets the ball rolling. 

Our Zoom Town Halls were a way to listen to the community as well as professionals. The goal is to raise awareness and to spark real change.

Read below to see what we have discussed so far…

GenZ Listening Tour...

Why is it important we listen to GenZ. Times have changed and we must listen to the new generation as they are the future. Find out GenZ’s opinions on school, what you find may shock you.

Equity Diversity and Inclusion...

As we discuss diversity, equity, and inclusion more and more we should look at the students in our school systems and ask ourselves whether they feel safe and included in their schools. This article looks at the opinions of the community voiced through the third Future is Broken panel discussion.

Digital Opportunities for youth...

If you look at your cellphone today compared to those of 20 years ago, there is a major difference in terms of its usability and features. Why is our curriculum the same as it was 20 years ago?

Since the 60's!

Paul brings up the point our school system hasn't changed since the 1960's (before the internet)

Alternative School Models...

The education system as we know it is undergoing a transformation, as the world around us continues to rapidly change. With the increasing prevalence of artificial intelligence (AI), the demand for knowledge and skills related to STEM subjects, and the ever-evolving state of global competition, it is more important than ever to consider alternative public school models.