Open to all K-12 students across the United States, the Student Voice Learning Lab is a training series that introduces the fundamentals of how education systems work and how students can be a part of addressing structural inequities in our schools. Participants in the Learning Lab become members of Student Voice.Join Now
Participate in twice-monthly Zoom calls to learn about the systemic inequity in education through deep dives into historic and contemporary policy and practice trends and issues.
Join national Student Voice campaigns and engage with partner organizations in the field of educational equity, such as through panel opportunities and focus groups.
Learn together in a tight-knit community of your peers who similarly care about justice in our schools and world and receive support as you lead local change.
Gain access to the special Student Voice Deep Dive newsletter, lists of resources, action guides and a growing list of other information tools that help students take action
Learn about Student Voice, the Student Bill of Rights, and how student-adult partnership can make a difference in your school and community
Dive deep into the historical forces that shaped the country’s public school system and the contemporary manifestations of inequity
Figure out who controls what in education, how federal, state, and local governments work together (or don’t), and how you can impact their decisions
Learn where the money for your education comes from, how pandemic-era policy has changed the school funding landscape, and how you can impact educational resourcing
Take a look at how mental health resources, school discipline policies, student-teacher relationships, and more affect your school environment
Discover what schools could look like if they equipped students to analyze the our country's history of injustice and respond in real time as civic actors
Explore how schools and students are measured, figure out why you've taken so many standardized tests, and learn how you can shape the future of equitable assessment and accountability
Learn the storied history and current landscape of student organizers who have taken action in their school, districts, and states—and won.
Fill out our sign-up form to become a member of Student Voice and join this semester's Learning Lab.
View our latest press releases, stories and updates to learn more about Student Voice’s work.
Students: interested in becoming a member of Student Voice? No matter your experience or background, there's a place for you in our work. Sign up to join Student Voice now!