It is essential that student and family voice is included in the advancement of justice in education policy and practice. The Student and Family Voices research brief series poses policy, practice, and research implications for students, parents/caregivers, educators, policymakers, school districts, nonprofits, and communities.
This research brief offers evidence that youth organizing participants build critical skills that help them thrive in college.
Explore how cultural brokers both support families and support teacher capacity for family engagement.
This study demonstrates that key to any school district’s equity agenda is the engagement of those most closely affected, including educators, community partners, and families.
This brief synthesizes findings from three studies focused on understanding how community-based organizations and youth leadership councils can shape young people’s learning, leadership, well-being, and critical consciousness.