What comes next is up to us.

A call to forge the future of learning, together.

For most of us, the future feels more uncertain than ever before. The tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic has turned life upside down. Demands for racial justice have grown more urgent. Technological progress continues to speed ahead.

We can’t change the past. But we can act now to change the future. A better tomorrow is possible if we act today to ensure the future of learning for all.

We know more than we ever have about learning, both as a science and as a social experience. We are surrounded by examples of what’s possible when this new understanding of learning is put into practice in our schools, museums, libraries, communities, and homes. We have the opportunity to ensure that each and every young person experiences learning that ignites their passions, cultivates their curiosity, and builds their skills.

Tomorrow is an invitation to imagine. Imagine the heights of achievement your child, your neighbor’s child, your niece, nephew, or grandchild will reach. Imagine what an entire generation of creative, innovative, compassionate, and skilled young people will be capable of. Imagine a world enriched by the brilliance of our young people, when that brilliance is found, nurtured, and let loose.

Each of us has a role to play in preparing young people for tomorrow, no matter what comes next.


Original writing that illustrates Tomorrow in action. Find more stories in our archive.


On the Remaking Tomorrow podcast, Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski interview leading thinkers, practitioners, and experts in education. Listen to episodes below or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts.


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Tomorrow Open Mic

Each Friday, the Tomorrow campaign will pose a different question to our community about the future of learning. You can record your big ideas, aspirations, and answers via the Tomorrow Open Mic.

This week, we’re asking:
  What’s one way educators can partner with parents, caregivers, and other “learning allies” — people who can help meet learners’ academic, social, and material needs? 

Need a little inspiration? Listen to responses from some local educators, administrators, and organizational leaders to spark your own ideas about change in teaching and learning.