About the Student Voice & Empowerment
Program
Our Student Voice and Agency program strives to amplify the very  important voice of our youth to seek educational & social justice  within our schools and communities.  We support the empowerment of our  youth through community partnerships and mentorship opportunities  leading to more positive school and community climates where the voice  of our students are not only heard but, valued.
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Upcoming EVENTS
  1. NOV. 8, 2018
    Supporting Students as Agents of Change
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Current and/or potential club advisors will learn how to authentically engage their students to support the development of students as change agents in their clubs and councils. We will learn the principles of Authentic Student Voice & Agency and how to incorporate them into meaningful ongoing assessments to keep their students actively involved and engaged. We will also share best technical practices to form and run a quality club that prioritizes student voice. Register on ERO using SRN:
  2. DEC. 13, 2018
    Integrating authentic student voice and agency in your middle and high school classroom.
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Teachers will learn how to not only support but encourage and embrace Student Voice & Agency in their middle and high school classrooms. We will look at the many opportunities to integrate students as evaluators of their own learning and our teaching. We will explore the possibilities of students as planners of curriculum and as classroom decision makers. Finally, we will identify ways in which our students can become researchers and advocates for an educational revolution! Register in ERO using SRN:
  3. JAN 10, 2019
    Supporting Students as Agents of Change
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Current and/or potential club advisors will learn how to authentically engage their students to support the development of students as change agents in their clubs and councils. We will learn the principles of Authentic Student Voice & Agency and how to incorporate them into meaningful ongoing assessments to keep their students actively involved and engaged. We will also share best technical practices to form and run a quality club that prioritizes student voice. Register on ERO using SRN:
  1. FEB. 7, 2019
    Integrating authentic student voice and agency in your middle and high school classroom.
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Teachers will learn how to not only support but encourage and embrace Student Voice & Agency in their middle and high school classrooms. We will look at the many opportunities to integrate students as evaluators of their own learning and our teaching. We will explore the possibilities of students as planners of curriculum and as classroom decision makers. Finally, we will identify ways in which our students can become researchers and advocates for an educational revolution! Register in ERO using SRN:
  2. MAR. 7, 2019
    Supporting Students as Agents of Change
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Current and/or potential club advisors will learn how to authentically engage their students to support the development of students as change agents in their clubs and councils. We will learn the principles of Authentic Student Voice & Agency and how to incorporate them into meaningful ongoing assessments to keep their students actively involved and engaged. We will also share best technical practices to form and run a quality club that prioritizes student voice. Register on ERO using SRN:
  3. APR. 11, 2019
    Integrating authentic student voice and agency in your middle and high school classroom.
    Ballard Center, Room 5 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Teachers will learn how to not only support but encourage and embrace Student Voice & Agency in their middle and high school classrooms. We will look at the many opportunities to integrate students as evaluators of their own learning and our teaching. We will explore the possibilities of students as planners of curriculum and as classroom decision makers. Finally, we will identify ways in which our students can become researchers and advocates for an educational revolution! Register in ERO using SRN:
Ciria Brewer
Student Voice & Empowerment 
Resource Teacher
"It is not enough to simply listen to student voice. Educators have an ethical imperative to do something with students, and that is why meaningful student involvement is vital to school improvement." 

Adam Fletcher