Training about Students on School Boards

SoundOut supports school districts, superintendents, school boards and education agencies that want to engage students on school boards. tramadol for saleOur training focuses on: Processes—Answers the question of how to advocate, where students should be engaged, and who should be involved in engaging students on boards; Culture—Examines the assumptions, beliefs and attitudes affecting students, and […]

Student Voice in Madison

There are communities in the United States where young people are working with adults to lift up the voices of students and infuse meaningful student involvement throughout education. Last week I had a chance to visit Madison, Wisconsin, where they are doing exactly that. Over 24 hours in two days, I sat with more than […]

Student Voice in California

Recently, I spoke with a friend and colleague in California about student voice in her state. Sharing the many, many examples on the top of my head of what is happening in the state, I am reminded of the positive, powerful potential of students who are making change in their schools everywhere. California has experienced […]

SoundOut Guide to Students on Canadian School Boards by Adam Fletcher

Is it legal for students to be represented on school boards in Canada? Do Canadian school boards always have student voice in mind? How many students represent student voice in Canada?   For the first time, one publication is answering those questions. The SoundOut Guide to Students on Canadian School Boards is the first nationwide summary of […]

1972 Omaha North High School Student Assembly

North High School in Omaha, Nebraska, is my alma mater. Coincidentally, they made strides in student voice advocacy long before I ever got there. Here’s what I have uncovered. Starting in the late 1960s, students at North High School in Omaha, Nebraska, struggled to promote student voice in school. By the time I was attending […]