Student Voice is going on tour!

Creating student-centric solutions to improve schools and communities.

Student Voice provides students with the platform to change their schools and communities. We meet students where they are and identify student-centric solutions that address the systemic inequity in the American education system.

We'll be visiting over 30 schools across the country. Make sure yours is on the list.

Tour stops include


Brainstorm areas of improvement in your school, participate in activities to learn how to create change, and develop an action plan.

Storytelling Sessions

Participate in activities to learn how to effectively communicate your story, both in-person and in the media.

Lessons on Student-Centric Schools

Learn what student voice is and break down any misconceptions that may exist.


The Student Voice team member, the facilitator, will prompt participants to think more critically about their own education experiences and begin considering how they can make their schools better.

Faculty Meetings

Discuss what authentic student voice looks like in practice and how adults can be allies for students in their work to improve their communities.

School Spotlight


Students revealed issues within their school, ranging from harassment of LGBT students to crumbling facilities. Within the hour long roundtable table, the students’ perception of their role within the school changed: students discovered that their voice was important and they could take an active role in decision making in their school.

Student Voice worked with the Swansea Chapter to expand its network outside of their district by connecting them with students impacted by inequity across the state and other student groups in Iowa and Texas.

By the time that the Student Voice team returned to Swansea, the chapter had organized a summit for students across the state to create an action plan for improving education equity, engaged in South Carolina Student Lobby Day, worked with their faculty to create a student feedback process through project based learning , successfully advocated for a 25.4 million dollar bond referendum to update district facilities, and worked with state decision-makers to discuss how South Carolina funding could be changed in order to support low-income schools. Student Voice continues to support Swansea students by providing platforms for further amplification of their successes.

Register your school now.

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