2022 has been a year of tremendous growth for Noah Webster Educational Foundation. But 2023 is looking even better!
As a young nonprofit, joining the national grassroots movement to improve our schools has been rewarding. Collaborating with you has allowed us, as a small but growing voice in society, to chip away at the hard outer layers of an education system entrenched in decades of misused ideas and their consequences. That’s why we approached contemporary issues this year, like transgenderism, school library ethics, the use of technology, school choice, and more. Our online presence and storehouse of resources have inspired thousands, and we are honored to be influencing so many parents, teachers, school board members, and legislators. We look forward to growing with you in 2023 and achieving healthy, strategic disruption that builds a better school system.
“Here’s the good news: everything can be impacted when a few good people put their heads together [and] figure out ways to solve problems. ” — Melvin Adams, founder of the Noah Webster Educational Foundation
Here’s a few of the topics NWEF founders Melvin and Sandy Adams discuss in today’s episode:
- Noah Webster Educational Foundation’s vision to reclaim education and culture through foundational principles and sound policy
- The hot-button issues we focused on in 2022 — such as transgenderism in youth, literature, technology, study habits, disabilities, and school choice
- Our social media and blog growth over the past year: our social media following tripled in 2022, and our blog is reaching over 2,000 people a week
- The ways we’ve been able to equip school board members, in particular, to fight in the education war
- Looking forward to 2023, we hope to produce Spanish language content, host many events across the country, and more
- A thank you to God for making all of this possible, to our staff, to our donors and supporters, and to all of the people who have stepped out of their comfort zone to do something to change education
- American education and culture may have it’s problems, but we still live in the greatest country in the world, and when we put our heads together and take action, we can create change
If you like what you’re hearing, stay tuned for our next episode on The State of Education with Melvin Adams.
If you’d rather watch the video version of our podcast episodes, subscribe to our YouTube channel to get notified every Wednesday when new episodes launch. Here is today’s conversation with Melvin and Sandy Adams: