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YAASPA is holding school board candidate workshops in Aurora, Denver, and Cherry Creek this year.
About 350 teens and young adults gathered at Harold Washington Library to discuss mental health, affordable housing, the environment, and more.
Though she cannot vote on board matters, Shaw will represent students at the board’s monthly meetings through next school year. She is a rising junior at Kenwood Academy High School in Hyde Park. Along with student council experience, Shaw hopes to bring her skills from debate.
Writers from youth group Local Circles who surveyed their peers share some sobering stories and messages of hope.
Perriel Pace talks about her mission and how she used her voice on the district school board
Teachers and students talk about their educational comebacks after the COVID-19 pandemic at an event hosted by Chalkbeat Tennessee, New Memphis, Spillit, and the Daily Memphian.
Video from a meeting between students and district staff reveals tensions in the dispute over the podcast trademark, which is now the subject of a lawsuit.
Chalkbeat asked readers to nominate real-life versions of “Mrs. Howard” from Abbott Elementary.
Four Black students allege that Denver Public Schools unlawfully tried to trademark the name of their Know Justice, Know Peace podcast.
Recent graduates now in college say focusing on mental health and support from outside groups can be helpful.
At Chalkbeat, we make an effort to listen to the voices of student writers. Here’s what our fellows had to say about Chalkbeat’s Student Voices program.
As Alabama imposes sweeping new restrictions on transgender youth, a support group offers space for community.
New York City’s Class of 2022 returned to school full time after two disrupted years. Four graduating high school seniors told us about how they made it through.
This school year, students faced many challenges. How did the pandemic affect your perspective of higher education? Share your story
What’s your favorite book featuring an LGBTQ+ narrative or character? Tell Chalkbeat for Pride Month.
At an event hosted by Chalkbeat and College Track, many said schools weren’t able to give students needed support.
Reading lists should reflect many different people and experiences.
Teens around the country share how gun violence impacts their lives, schools, and neighborhoods.
We spoke with 4 students at Denver’s North High about losing teacher Tim Hernández and why teacher diversity matters.