Gateway Regional High School in Huntington, Massachusetts has been very busy promoting student voice in the school. Little did they know, however, just how strong that voice would become when drastic budget cuts left students with no activities, clubs, or sports after school.
by Sherri Miles for the Education Alliance at Brown University
Promoting student voice isn't filling the gymnasium for a student rally. It doesn't mean students talk whenever they want to in class or take over the PA system. It does mean providing students with the opportunity and ability to influence school decision-making.