"Sorry to be slow in responding. I lost my grandpa and am now trying to catch up. I have the docs but they are best shared by email. Can you send me a note at email@example.com and I'll send them to you. I…"
I enjoyed our conversation on building institutions. You had some materials on large scale change efforts. So, I am still very interested! Would it be easier to send over regular e-mail?
you are doing…"
"Thanks for the great question. We want youth in and we know the value of adult mentors/anchors to help that work. Some challenges are the funding to have multiple people travel from one site to IDEA camp and to a tour later in the year…"
"Thanks Scott, would you consider a team of youth and/or youth and adults from one community as a submission or several awards? I we got some youth who might be interested, but want the to be supported by an adult for mentorship purposes. Thanks for…"
There are lots of reasons to apply to be an IDEA Organizer. Here are a few: Build the critical connections and friendships needed to support real, transformative change in education.Unleash and grow the capacity of yourself as a leader.Support your school, your community, and your region with additional resources and tools.Benefit from weekly…See More
Hey everyone. I'm wondering if you might pass on our call for organizers to your networks and students. The key thing to note is that we are building capacity between organizations and this seeks 5-7 hours a week but structurally creates a way for organizers and organizations to learn and build together. Thanks much, Scott There are lots of reasons to apply to be an…See More
I'm wondering if you might pass on our call for organizers to your networks and students. The key thing to note is that we are building capacity between organizations and this seeks 5-7 hours a week but structurally creates a way for organizers and organizations to learn and build together.And of course feel free to chime in on what you like and think needs work regarding this approach.Thanks much, Scott There are lots of reasons to apply to be an…See More
On February 26, 2011, more than 400 youth gathered on the Howard University campus in Washington, DC, for the first Voices in Action National Youth Summit. Convened by the U.S. Department of Education, the summit invited youth to discuss strategies for increasing the nation's college graduation rate. The summit was the culminating event of national listening tour connected to President Barack Obama's 2020 college completion goal. Among the 400 youth attending the summit were 20 youth members of…See More
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