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Building with LEGOs

I was looking through some boxes of training material the other day and I came across a box of LEGOs. I had used them as a tool to teach vision casting with a group last year and I had forgot that I had the cool little toys. 605 more words

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U.S. Senate Youth program offers juniors, seniors opportunity to explore government, leadership issues

Each year, two student leaders from every state are selected to attend a weeklong government and leadership opportunity called the United States Senate Youth program. Through this program, which is in its 54th year, juniors and senior school officeholders from across the nation will meet with legislative, executive, and judicial leaders to discuss political issues that affect the nation. 182 more words

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Student Councils and Student Voice by Jean Courtney

At the conclusion of a series of forums organized to gather input from a range of youth regarding student leadership, clicker data revealed that 90% of the participants saw themselves as leaders.   482 more words

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3 MSiA Board Members Selected for ESC Student Leasdership Institute

Layla Abdullah-Poulos, president, MSiA

Melinda Wills Stallings, treasurer, MSiA

Robert Barton II, secretary, MSiA

MSiA president, Layla Abdullah-Poulos, treasurer Melinda Wills-Stallings, and secretary, Robert Barton II will join their fellow SUNY Empire State College students for the inaugural class of the Student Leadership Institute. 44 more words

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The well-rounded Youth: Finding the Right Balance Between Extracurriculars and Academics

Excelling academically is important, especially to young people who intend to go on to college or university. However, having extracurricular activities and a social life are just as important to developing a well-rounded individual; all three can teach skills that can prepare the youth for the real world. 446 more words

Student voice: Prioritizing the Disengaged by Patrick Twagirayezu

During the spring of my junior year of high school, I found myself standing face to face with Ontario’s Minister of Education. Admittedly, I felt out of place. 1,437 more words

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