Is My Voice Heard? Does My Voice Matter?: Discussion with Student Leaders

At the Mindset Scholars Network funder briefing, panelists Ana de Almeida Amaral, Enoch Jemmott, Izadora McGawley, and Christine Rodriguez describe their work in education, including starting an ethnic studies course and advocating for more equitable access to guidance during the college application process. They discuss what is needed for students' voices and perspectives to be integrated into the education system.

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