Right now, today, we have the winds of change at our backs. We have a new administration that is willing to accept innovative ideas across the board. Educators are in a position to play a major role in this learning transformation. The next administration may not be willing to lend the support that the current administration is lending. America depends on individuals, groups and organizations to bring needed ideas to the table for discussion. How can we take advantage of this moment? Web 2.0 can change the face of our “traditional” learning platforms. This change, even though I'm talking about it in the an abstract form, can propel us toward a new age of non formal and formal education initiatives in this age of globalization. The acknowledgment of a “ knowledge economy” by our newly elected President, sheds light on the grassroots movement that is working for education reform in the 21st century.