The Seattle Times Education Lab Student Voices program is back for a fourth year. They are looking for college and high-school students from around the state to share their experiences in Washington’s public school system and tell us how they would change it.
This year, they’re prioritizing the stories of special-education students and others whose needs are not being met by the public education system. But they’re open to any topic about school. The last cohort of Student Voices contributors wrote about navigating homelessness as a student, making gifted classrooms more equitable and talking about race in classrooms before college. Read these and other past columns from students here.
To fill out the application below, go to this link and follow the instructions under “How do I apply?” Deadline to submit application: 11:59 PM Friday, May 24, 2019.