Future Ready Schools Appointment

Tony Campbell

Tony Campbell Appointed to a National Advisory Group Advancing Equity and Digital Learning 

Tony’s expertise in Technology Advisor Strand is recognized as a contributing member of the Future Ready Schools® Network. 

For Immediate Release: October 8, 2020 

Tony Campbell was appointed to the Future Ready Schools® (FRS) Advisory Board, the nation’s largest network of innovative educational leaders focusing on equity and digital learning.  

FRS is a project of All4Ed, a nonprofit bipartisan policy organization based in Washington, DC.  FRS supports thousands of school districts and schools across the country to implement student-centered learning strategies that target existing inequities, remedy disparities in in-school and out-of-school technology access, and use technology to create equitable learning opportunities for all students.  

FRS helps innovative educators ensure that each student graduates from high school with the agency, passion, and skills to be productive, successful, and responsible members of society. Through FRS’s tools and resources, district and school leaders collaborate to advance evidence-based practices and create rigorous and engaging student-centered learning environments. For more information, visit https://futureready.org/

“In the midst of COVID-19, educators are called to do the extraordinary. The academic and socioemotional stresses on students and teachers are epic. The work of Future Ready Schools® to implement student-centered learning strategies has never been more important,” said Deb Delisle, President and CEO of All4Ed. “We are grateful to have the leadership and expertise of Tony Campbell as we support districts across the country in rising to meet the demands of these extraordinary times.” 


All4Ed is a Washington, DC–based national policy, practice, and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring that all students, particularly those underperforming and those historically underserved, graduate from high school ready for success in college, work, and citizenship. all4ed.org