Pathways2Power, a student-led advocacy initiative, which now includes students from around D.C., is designed to be a platform for students' voices and a way to effect change for problems affecting youth, such as gun violence, housing insecurity and mental health. Source:
Shawna De La Rosa, Education DIVE, December 18, 2019Description:
"Teaching students both critical thinking skills and how to be engaged in their communities is an important step in bringing subjects like civics and social studies to life. Developing a curriculum that encourages students to take action in their communities is similar to bringing students outdoors to learn about the environment. In both cases, real-world experience not only inspires learning, it deepens connections and encourages retention."Read the full article here!