Recently, alumni students of The Open Future Institute’s QUESTion Class and Mitchell Rabin, the founder, President, and CEO of A Better World Promotions and Media held an open roundtable discussion to discuss their experience in the QUESTion class during high […]
Open Future Institute is honored to announce that Dr. William Damon, Director of Stanford University Center on Adolescence, and Dr. Heather Malin, Director of Research, have begun to conduct a 16-month impact study of the QUESTion Class. The impact study […]
On Wednesday, April 16, 2019, The QUESTion Project at Bronx Center for Science and Math (BCSM) had the extreme honor of hosting Councilmember Vanessa Gibson of District 13th. The visit was marked by Councilmember Gibson’s interest in The QUESTion Project […]
Founder Gerard Senehi (center) with wife and co-founder, Francesca Rusciani (left) and intern and alumnus of the QUESTion Class Natalia Inoa (right) at a performance in New York City.
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“I had a total breakthrough! […]
Open Future Institute wants to share how excited we are to get this new year underway. In fact, it may have seemed that QUESTion Class teachers and Open Future Institute co-facilitators were more eager than students to get up to […]
The Question Project is back and making an even bigger presence in the Los Angeles area, expanding into the Alliance Bloomfield High School and training the new teachers coming into the Alliance Marine High School. And two more schools intend […]
Two classrooms on two different oceans, sharing one computer screen. This semester, high school students taking the QUESTion Project in LA and NYC traded stories, asked big questions, and exchanged popular lingo from their cities in a real-time video gathering.
Students at […]
On one of the last, chilly spring mornings in New York City, excited Dutch students waited, up and ready, to finally meet face-to-face with the Bronx native pen-pals they had been writing to. Every year, journalism students from Windeshein University […]