Providence Student Union

The Providence Student Union seeks to build student power to ensure that young people have a fair say in improving their education.

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In the spring of 2010, students from Providence’s Hope High School joined together to fight to protect their school’s popular block schedule from being dismantled. They began a series of campaigns to improve their school and the quality of their education. After achieving a number of school-based victories, the group decided that their youth-led advocacy model would be valuable to students in other high schools in the city, and so PSU began organizing chapters across the district. There are now have PSU chapters in five schools across Providence, each working together to increase the collective power of students throughout the city.

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Students on School Boards in Rhode Island

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Here are facts about students on school boards in Rhode Island.

  • In 1972, the Rhode Island state department of education reported that they did not encourage local school boards to consider roles for students on school boards.
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Mount Pleasant High School

2013PartnerthruMSITwelfth grade students at Mount Pleasant High School in Providence, Rhode Island, can join a teacher academy and team up with students in a local teacher education program to give presentations on educational philosophy to high school students.

The high school students researched important educational philosophers and wrote personal statements of educational philosophy. The two groups revised papers together, and were able to effectively critique peer research based on what they knew about the classroom.

The cooperating college professor reported that this experience helped dispel stereotypes his teacher education students had held about urban high school students. (Mt. Pleasant High School, n.d.)

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