The Students for Equitable Education Summit

Online Apr 24 11:00 am to 3:00 pm - Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Price: Free


What are young people experiencing in classrooms today? What do educators see in their students? Can every student realize their “most richly imagined futures” in today’s school environments? Students have the answers. Are we listening?

The SEE Summit is a national social justice summit envisioned and led by students from districts across the country. Offered virtually and open to the public, this event engages students—the very students whom the education system is underserving—as leaders, designers, and facilitators of authentic professional learning for the education community.

The SEE Summit will radically cede power to young people; call on educators to face the racist, demoralizing structures, policies, and practices that exist in education; strengthen dialogue and collaboration between students and school staff; and spur a collective commitment to advance inclusive, anti-racist classrooms.

This is an opportunity to deepen understanding of how oppression influences the school experiences of students of color, celebrate student voice and leadership, and build coalitions across differences to transform education.

Now is the time to move from advocacy to action. We invite you to join us!

This event is primarily designed for educators, district leaders, students, parents, caregivers, and any members of organizations that provide programming for young people.

Host Districts

District 234, IL

Kenosha Unified School District, WI

Kettle Moraine School District, WI

Middletown City School District, OH

Mount Vernon City School District, NY

Princeton City School District, OH

Richland School District Two, SC

Rowland Unified School District, CA

Santa Ana Unified School District, CA

Hosted by Digital Promise

The Students for Equitable Education Summit

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