The Student Bill of Rights
The Student Bill of Rights is a project of Student Voice, a for-students-by-students nonprofit organization spearheading a social movement to integrate student voices into the global education conversation. The Student Bill of Rights (“The Bill”) serves as a new and student-driven set of qualitative standards. In doing so, it will certify that all students are a part of implementing improved opportunities to achieve their desired educational outcomes. Students from any k-12 school have the ability to vote on the rights that they want to help improve in their schools. From there, students can see what other people are doing to improve each right and take action themselves.
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Student Voice is a for-students, by-students nonprofit organization spearheading a social movement to integrate student voices into the global education conversation. We believe students should be included in conversations and decisions that affect their lives, especially in education, since students have a unique perspective on that system. Our social reach allows us to amplify and aggregate student voices through dialogue and facilitated discussions, such as our weekly Twitter chats that take place Mondays at 8:30 pm EST via #stuvoice.view all resources from this partner »