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ask our young people how they would change education.

David Loitz

Imagining Learning
May 28, 2013

Every year our young people spend over 1096 hours in schools, yet , there is little to no real invitation for student voices in the discussions about how education/schools are created, reformed, reinvented or transformation. Since 2008, Imagining Learning has being working to change that. In 20 communities nationwide they have engaged young people in sharing their ideas for education. The students gather together in a room, surrounded by paint and giant sheets of paper. Then, they participate in a careful crafted listening session process that combines storytelling, active listening and artistic expression.
They share voices rich in passion, ideas, and wisdom. They call for better schools, safer communities, and more passionate learning. They also are calling for your support.
Help Imagining Learning lead 50 more listening sessions across the country and help activate and amplify our young people ideas about how they would change education!



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