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Student Voices

COVID devastated many Latino families. During Hispanic Heritage Month, tell us how your school community has supported you.

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After a rise in hate crimes, some Asian New Yorkers are nervous about returning to school

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‘It just feels ‘one’ now:’ Inside Denver’s reunified West High School

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COVID safety tops Philly students’ concerns before return to school: ‘I’m a little nervous’

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For these students, pandemic pain gave rise to activism. Here’s what they say should happen now.

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UrbEd Advocates, Philadelphia student-led education advocacy group, to name new executive directors

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‘Our generation is bold’: Students reflect on a pandemic year, interviewing Sec. Cardona

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Reopening plans, antiracism, and mental health: Philadelphia students discuss education issues with superintendent

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From sandbox to graduation stage, the story of two Philadelphia friends and the impact of a neighborhood school 

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Students to lead discussion with Philadelphia superintendent on issues facing the district

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‘Tired of being shut out:’ Denver students advocate for a student bill of rights

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What Newark students need now: A student-led event to plan for pandemic recovery

Experiencing racism as a child was traumatic, but these young voices are helping me heal

Asian American students’ hopes and fears — in six words 

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After Chauvin verdict, classroom discussions turn to racial justice and remembrance

In some schools, the talks have become a heavy routine.

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Relief and reflection: After Chauvin guilty verdict, teachers and students look to the work ahead

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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