Learning designed for a rapidly changing world.
Arizona is very different than it was 100 years ago. Significant growth and increased economic complexity demands a new approach to the way we prepare today's youth for the challenges of tomorrow.
New Learning Ventures supports visionary educators who are rethinking learning and fostering innovation to positively impact the future of our state. We envision a thriving Arizona with a talented and competitive workforce and healthy communities generated from highly effective and meaningful learning opportunities for children.
Our latest venture.
Phoenix Modern, a next generation learning community.
What guides our work.
A successful educational ecosystem is made up of collaborative ideas and strategies from both the private and public sectors, including district, charter and private schools that each provide a valuable voice and role in supporting Arizona's economy.
Skill + Character
Children must be equipped with both the skills and character needed to excel in a new creative and constantly changing economy.
We must continue to challenge current models of education in an attempt to create the best learning approaches for a diverse population of children by incorporating the latest research and understanding for how children learn best.
Education is best when it is personally meaningful with a focus on meeting individual needs and interests, while also emphasizing one’s purpose beyond self.
Financial transparency, accountability, and sustainability in designing learning models are necessary to preserve education as a public good.
Promising school models and classroom innovations that are more effectively educating both the skill and the character of the child, while displaying and being held accountable to sustainable financial disciplines.
Developing and incentivizing talented, education leaders to further shape the learning of the next generation.
Initiatives that support innovation within existing schools and beyond, helping to establish a broad ecosystem of learning opportunities.
"If we want to develop innovative thinkers, we must first let our educators innovate."