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The Year in Review: Academies Finish Strong

School Directors Mark Smith (Quest Forward Academy Omaha) and Karen Kenkel (Quest Forward Academy Santa Rosa) took time from their busy, end-of-year schedules to share their reflections of the school year that ends June 7. After two... Read More

Anatomy of a Course: Finding Your Voice

While students gain rich educational experiences through the Quest Forward Learning curriculum, a serendipitous effect of our course designs is that the skills they incorporate can serve as springboards for broader, more experiential... Read More

Anatomy of a Course: Music

Students engage in the music course by designing, building, and testing an instrument of their choice using a combination of math and science lessons. In this blog, quest designer, Lina Chopra Haldar, dives into the fundamental... Read More

Get to Know: Aaron, Sophomore

Meet a Quest Forward Academy Omaha student, Sophomore Aaron, as he discusses his experiences so far engaging with Quest Forward Learning.... Read More

Gaming the System: Finding Ways to Make Learning Playful

Though playfulness in itself seems to have an organic quality, creating playful learning experiences does not come naturally. Our work strives to create playful learning experiences inside and outside of the classroom. ... Read More

If At First You Don’t Succeed: Learning from Setbacks

The ability to cope with setbacks, adapt, and then move forward in a productive way is key to having positive well-being and achieving professional success. Learn how Quest Forward Learning helps students develop this skill. ... Read More

New Ways to be Old School

Quest Forward Learning is a modern, skills-forward approach to education. While this may seem different than the traditional educational system, but it's really just a new way of being old school. ... Read More

What does it (actually) take to succeed at work today?

Succeeding at work in today’s world requires different habits and skills than Frederick Winslow Taylor, the father of scientific management, would have prioritized. Thus, OE provides an educational experience to students that will... Read More

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