leap and the net will appear - John Burroughs

Providing the best education for the students who need it most.

Providing the best education...

We are the future.

We are the future

Another way of teaching and learning is possible.

Another way of teaching...

The future of industries and society demand something different.

The future of industries

The New Mexico Center for School Leadership (the Center) is dedicated to transforming the educational landscape with input from those who have the most at stake in the success of our communities – including students, families, community members, and business leaders. The Center’s work—comprised of technical assistance to schools, incubation of new schools, and policy advocacy—makes the case that education must be personalized to meet the needs of 21st century students. The Center’s work is grounded in two core philosophies: local wisdom for local schools, or the understanding that local communities are assets in designing schools that support students to succeed in a fast-changing world; and a three-pillar model of learning by doing, community engagement, and student support to guide student success. This unique approach, combining a three-pillar model with local wisdom, is shaping the education landscape for impactful, engaging learning for every single student.

What People Are Saying

School reform is a vital area of interest for the McCune Foundation in New Mexico and we are happy to support initiatives like the New Mexico Center for School Leadership with our philanthropy.

Wendy Lewis
Executive Director
McCune Charitable Foundation

The future of industries and society demand something different.


The New Mexico Center for School Leadership (the Center) and its Leadership High School Network (LHSN) are demonstrating through local evidence that another way of teaching and learning is possible.

Recent News

Integrated Curriculum: Why it Matters, and Where to Find It

Check out @AceLeadership @HealthLeaderHS and other @NM_Center schools. No classes, just authentic projects with industry partners.

 

 

» Click to read the full article at GettingSmart.com

Lawmakers push for education reforms

In conjunction with the New Mexico Center for School Leadership, Padilla is advocating for an “alternative assessment model” that goes beyond standardized test scores.

 

 

» Click to read the full article at the Albuquerque Journal 

Legislator seeks new way to evaluate students

Tony Monfiletto, New Mexico Center for School Leadership director and a supporter of the joint memorial [for standardized tests], said standardized test results are valuable but limited.

 

 

» Click to read the full article at the Albuquerque Journal 

Latest Tweets
Our Partners
site design by Leap3 Creative LLC