Chicago students given voice and agency to improve their schools
Civics classes traditionally teach students about the government and how laws are made. Now, Chicago schools have prioritized teaching students more than facts and that their voices matter. These lessons have had powerful ripple effects for schools and students.
WBEZ’s Sarah Karp reports.
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