Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP)

The Southwest Organizing Project in Albuquerque, New Mexico,  is committed to providing leadership development to young people with opportunities and access to resources they need to think for themselves and analyze their surroundings, to have a voice in decisions that affects their lives, and to build power in their communities.

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SWOP has done many projects with students in the past, including focusing on the criminalization of students in schools, writing a comprehensive students bill of rights, and more. Current projects continue examining the school-to-prison pipeline.

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Youth Action

Youth Action in Albuquerque, New Mexico, worked with youth and community-based organizations, primarily in communities of color, low income communities, and LGBTQ communities. They nurtured youth organizing since 1987 by assisting youth and adult allies.


Youth Action provided trainings, events, technical assistance and networking opportunities to strengthen youth organizing and create change for local communities, including in schools.


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Students on School Boards in New Mexico

Students on School Boards Toolbox

Here are facts about roles for students on school boards in New Mexico.

District School Boards

  • In 1972, the New Mexico state department of education reported that they encouraged local school boards to consider roles for students on school boards.
  • Today, students in New Mexico can join district school boards but cannot vote.

New Mexico State School Boards

  • No information is available about student involvement on the New Mexico State Board of Education. Please share your info in the comments section below.

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Please cite this information as follows:

Fletcher, A. and Kunst, K. (2015) Students on School Boards Toolbox. Olympia, WA: SoundOut. Retrieved [xx/xx/20xx] from