In 2014-15, SoundOut partnered with two regional school districts to support part of Kentucky’s student voice movement.
The Green River Educational Cooperative and the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative operate a program called kid∙FRIENDLy. Funded by the largest ED Race to the Top grant to-date, kid∙FRIENDLy brought in SoundOut staff to work with dozens of districts in their regions.
kid∙FRIENDLy is promoting student voice as a component of their classroom transformation efforts. SoundOut worked with them to help teachers in these regions grapple with classroom-focused student voice efforts by providing teacher training and ongoing consultation throughout the school year.
NOTE: The above artifacts are shared courtesy of kid∙FRIENDLy and SoundOut. For citation information, please contact us.
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