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Organising Committee

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Reflections on Bridges to Partnership

“The strategies and concepts I learned today will help set the foundation for a powerful change in my school”.  This was one student’s reflection at the close of the October 9 state-wide conference entitled, “Bridges to Partnership: Youth and Adults Learning New Skills to Redesign Schools.  Youth-adult teams from eight Vermont high schools joined a...

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Bridges to Partnership: Conference

This fall state-wide conference bridges theory and practice to engage youth and educators as partners in high school redesign efforts.  It provides reasons, inspiration and tools for school communities to look at instruction through the lends of student motivation and to work with youth to improve it.  Youth-adult teams will leave with: 1) Three concrete...

New Graduate Course
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New Graduate Course

A new course has been created this year entitled, “Communicating School Redesign through the Youth-Adult Partnership Lens” (see attached syllabus below).  Creating a common language to assure that students can take a meaningful role in both learning and school transformation efforts is the goal of this course.  Our capacity as change agents is compromised if...

Passion & Purpose
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Passion & Purpose

The first stop was the Fannie Lou Hamer Freedom High School in the Bronx – situated in the poorest community in the country (100% student free and reduced lunch eligibility). Colorful student art graces the hallways.  Standardized tests have been replaced by portfolios. Community-based service opportunities and internships are interspersed with classroom time.  Wrap around...

YATST Senior Exit Projects at BMU
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YATST Senior Exit Projects at BMU

At the invitation of principal Emilie Knisley, the Blue Mountain Union YATST Team made a presentation to the school board and community to lead off a public budget information meeting on February 26.   Lana, Hannah, Eli, and Nicole showed a PowerPoint to explain YATST, the 4 Rs, and some highlights from their own Blue Mountain...

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