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Now Accepting Early Decision Applications: The 2021 Ed100 Online Summer Academy for California Student Leaders
by Jeff Camp | November 1, 2020 | 7 Comments

The Ed100 Summer Academy for Student Leaders is an online conference that helps you learn what you need to know to serve with distinction and make a difference. Apply now for FREE early admission.

Sal Khan's Advice for Student Leaders
by Jeff Camp | October 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Perhaps the world’s best-known living teacher, Sal Khan has helped millions of students learn skills and facts for lessons, assignments and tests. He has a strong point of view about how education ought to work differently. Are education leaders listening? Can students help them hear?

Want Young People to Vote? Start Earlier.
by Rylee Vizvary | September 12, 2020 | 1 Comments

Universal public education is a critical ingredient of a functioning democracy. It should be even more so. The voting age should be lowered so that students learn to vote as part of growing up, argue these students from GENup.

Attention, High School Juniors!
by Zaid Fattah | September 6, 2020 | 0 Comments

The student position on the California State Board of Education is the most powerful leadership role a high school student can play in American government. It's not an advisory position -- it's a full seat at the table in the room where it happens. Zaid Fattah explains why and how to apply.

The Ed100 Academy Day 3: Think Big and Learn from History
by Kaylee Nguyen and Jeff Camp | September 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

The third day of the Ed100 Academy for Student Leaders was all about developing an effective vision for change in education. Students in high school today have lived through major disruptions in the education system. Has it worked? What are the big ideas for what comes next, and what is at stake?

Developing Informed Student Leaders at the Ed100 Academy Day 2
by Kaylee Nguyen and Jeff Camp | August 21, 2020 | 2 Comments

On the second day of the Ed100 Academy for Student Leaders, hundreds of students learned how to get access to data and policy tools that can make them powerful as advocates. They were also invited to connect with six remarkable organizations.

The Academy Day 1: Education and Equity
by Kaylee Nguyen and Jeff Camp | August 9, 2020 | 1 Comment

The theme of the first day of the inaugural Ed100 Academy for Student Leaders was Education and Equity. Here's a rundown of what happened, starting with how students prepared for it.

Program Guide for the Ed100 Academy for California Student Leaders (Summer 2020)
by Jeff Camp | July 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

This post describes the sessions and speakers for the 2020 Ed100 Academy for California Student Leaders, which was held online July 20-23. Over a thousand high school student leaders applied and 500 participated.

Learning to Vote
by Carol Kocivar | October 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Young people in California are underrepresented. They register and vote at lower rates than older Californians. Some recent changes are helping, and you can, too. Here's how.

Attention, High School Juniors!
by Brenna Pangelinan | September 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

The student position on the California State Board of Education is the most powerful leadership role a high school student can play in American government. It's not an advisory position -- it's a full seat at the table in the room where it happens. Brenna Pangelinan explains why and how to apply.

Can Students Serve on California School Boards?
by Michaela Klein Weinstein | May 31, 2019 | 3 Comments

In California, if a school district includes a high school, the school board ought to include a student member, but not all yet do. Michaela Weinstein, a student member of the board in Albany Unified, explains the steps needed to create the position, and how to serve it well.

Student Leaders Wanted, Fast
by Jeff Camp | September 13, 2018 | 1 Comment

The student position on the California Board of Education is the most powerful role that a high school student can serve in government. Here's how to get the job, and some other leadership roles of note.

What Student Board Members Should Know Before They Start
by Ella Smith | June 24, 2017 | 1 Comment

Many school boards in California include a student member. As the school year begins, new students are stepping up to this important role. Ella Smith served as the student member in Poway, California.

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