Youth Organizing for Education Reform: Voices in Urban Education (VUE 30)

Year of publication
2011
Publication
Annenberg Institute

In communities around the nation, youth organizing groups are becoming effective and powerful partners in school reform. Youth, as the people who spend each day inside schools and classrooms, have a huge stake in what happens in schools and bring a unique knowledge and perspective to reforms. As the articles in this issue, produced in collaboration with the Alliance for Education Justice, show youth are involved both in fighting for changes and in ensuring the equitable implementation of those changes. In some cases, they have succeeded in shifting the entire public discourse on issues such as school safety.

Suggested Citation:

(2011). Youth Organizing for Education Reform: Voices in Urban Education (VUE 30). Annenberg Institute