Educational Service District 123 Student Voice Project

For the 2011-12 school year, Educational Service District 123 in Pasco, Washington contracted with SoundOut to provide a year-long series of trainings focused on integrating Meaningful Student Involvement into 21st Century Community Learning Centers programs. More than 40 participants attended almost 24 hours of professional development throughout the year. Topics covered included student-adult partnerships, the Cycle […]

GearUP with Student Voice Project

The GEAR UP program fosters college awareness and readiness for low-income middle and high school students by providing a variety of programs targeted to educators. The University of Washington state GEAR UP program serves 5,700 students in 36 schools and 29 school districts throughout Washington state. From 2005 to 2007, the GEAR UP Program partnered […]

Seattle Student Equity Project

Between 2004 to 2007, SoundOut developed, launched, and directed the Seattle Student Equity Project as a partnership of SoundOut and the Seattle Public Schools Office of Equity and Race Relations. Adam Fletcher worked with five high schools in Seattle to create, develop, and support Student Equity Teams focused on Meaningful Student Involvement and race relations […]

Changing SPACES Project

SoundOut partnered with the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Title V and Innovative Programs to facilitate the Changing SPACES (Students Partnering to Advocate for Change in Environments in Schools) in 2006. Working with staff from the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction Title V and Innovative Programs, SoundOut coordinated and facilitated a […]

Secondary Academy for Success Transformation Project

From 2003-06, SoundOut partnered with Secondary Academy for Success in Bothell, Washington, to integrate students into their school improvement planning process.  SoundOut provided training to nontraditional student leaders at this alternative high school in suburban Seattle. After facilitating a school-wide forum for 150 students on school improvement in Spring 2003, students have joined committees and made reports to […]