We need bold solutions to meet the challenges and opportunities we face in today’s world.
It’s clear there’s significant work to be done, especially for the learners most often excluded from full participation in our global economy, including students from low-income backgrounds, rural students, students with learning differences, and Black, Indigenous, and Latino students. When these learners are prioritized, everyone in society ultimately benefits.
Our organizational priorities are informed not only by our aims for our own work, but also by our vision for the world we want in the next decade.
Guided by three North Star goals, we’re working to ensure the following for historically and systematically excluded students by 2031:
We are focusing on systems-level transformation that directly addresses the challenges that students face—considering the impact of their communities and environments—and helping to prepare all learners for holistic, lifelong success.
To achieve better educational outcomes, it’s also essential to recognize that each student differs, and those differences matter for powerful learning to occur. We must ensure that each student has equitable access to, participation with, and powerful use of the tools, educators, and learning experiences that affirm and honor their identities, expertise, and cultures.
To reach our goals, we are creating a measurement framework that represents our theory of action and strategic architecture. It will lean on several components, including:
Our North Star goals, coupled with the strategic architecture and accompanying measurement framework, will allow Digital Promise to accelerate our impact—bringing us closer to a future where education closes opportunity gaps, diminishes differences in outcomes, and prepares students to be global citizens who will shape the world for the better.
We hope you join us as we imagine the future of learning.