The Next Stage: We caught up with eight students from one...

Part Two of a Two-Part Series The music room at Merrimack Valley High School looms large in the memory of students who found themselves there...

Reaching Higher offers two new resources for students

If you're a student, you feel the impact of education policy decisions more directly than anyone, but you may not always feel like you...

School Funding Commission welcomes youth input: Sept. 23 and Oct. 7

The Commission to Study School Funding is hosting two public comment sessions dedicated to youth voices. On September 23rd and October 7th, from 4...

Adjustments, disappointments, and silver linings: Students reflect on remote learning

The final weeks of school are typically abuzz with celebrations and traditions, handshakes and hugs and tears. Teenagers sway to sugary dance tunes. Sweaty,...

Informal Education Series: Fifth Graders in Berlin “are the future of...

In our third installment of the “Informal Education” series, our Policy Director Liz Canada introduces us to Aubrey and Hannah, two fifth graders she...

Student representatives join debate on Claremont’s school policy on electronic devices

Students are playing an active role in school policy at Stevens High School in Claremont. Two students who joined the school board earlier this...

Student Voice Summit brought together over 100 students and educators

Incorporating student voice has been on the radar of many New Hampshire schools over the past few years in an effort to improve school culture and...

Tips on how to build an inclusive school culture & empower...

As our world becomes more interconnected, Adrienne Henck, the Director of Global School First, emphasizes the importance of global education, inclusive school culture, and...

Student roles in cultivating school culture

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Michael Niehoff, an educator who has taught student leadership for the past 20 years, shares his experience in having students take active roles in...

Are we designing learning experiences that are aligned with how the...

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When we think of school, many of us picture a classroom with desks, a blackboard, and a teacher at the front of the room....