After 5 years of teaching students across the US about student voice, in 2006 I sat down to write a curriculum for teachers and youth workers to use. With support from the HumanLinks Foundation, I drafted a 26-lesson plan curriculum in 8 modules that explores every element of meaningful student involvement. It was piloted in 10 schools across the country, and reviewed by several major student voice researchers and advocates in the US, the UK and Australia. After receiving encouragement and edits from my friend and colleague John Loflin, in the last month I have completed another round of edits on the piece, and it is ready to take wings.
The dilemma is that I don’t know what to do with it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Reply to this post or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.