Do You Know a Student Who Is Making School Better for Others?


Although we're deep into summer, the League of Education Voters Field and Policy teams are busy preparing for the upcoming legislative session and working with the Washington State Board of Education to ensure that every student experiences a safe, inclusive, and welcoming school community.

Speaking of students, do you know a student who is making our education system better for other students in Washington state? In our free October 13 Annual Event, The Power of Student Voice, we will give awards to students who inspire us, take on the system, and create change. Nominate them now! We will accept nominations through August 19.

Read more about our work below.

Students from the Tri-Cities


LEV 2022 Annual Event: The Power of Student Voice

Students know best when it comes to reimagining our education system. And they are not afraid of speaking up to address the many areas of inequity. Join us for our Annual Event on October 13, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for an in-person and online statewide FREE convening to celebrate the brilliance and the advocacy efforts of Washington students. It will be an inspirational event to remember, so RSVP today to ensure your seat.


LEVinar: Special Education in Washington state

In our free webinar Wednesday, August 24th at 12:30 pm, Dr. Tania May, Washington state Assistant Superintendent for Special Education Services, will share an overview of special education in Washington state focusing on inclusionary practices, myths and facts, and mental health supports. Students from across Washington state who are currently accessing special education services will offer feedback.


LEVinar Recording: Washington state Teachers of the Year on What Students Need for 2022-23

In case you missed our powerful webinar earlier this month, Washington state Teachers of the Year Jerad Koepp (2022), Brooke Brown (2021), Robert Hand (2019), Mandy Manning (2018, and the 2018 National Teacher of the Year), Nate Bowling (2016), and Lyon Terry (2015) share what they are hearing from students, parents, and colleagues in their community in the aftermath of the 2021-22 school year, what students need in preparation for the start of 2022-23, and what intangibles they teach students outside of academic curriculum. Students from across Washington state share feedback.


Arik Korman
Communications Director, League of Education Voters

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