Campaign for School Equity implemented its Student Advocacy Program in ten Memphis high schools for the 2017-2018 academic year. The purpose of the program is to educate high school students on effective advocacy and empower them to be civically engaged in their communities. During this inaugural year, our team worked with 487 students in 153 meetings to build rapport and facilitate our advocacy curriculum.
Click here to view the Spring 2018 program report.
CSE’s 2017 State of Equity Report outlines the current landscape of education equity and access for students of color and low-income students in Tennessee as it relates to student achievement, access to high quality education options, school discipline, and teacher quality.
Click here to download the report or view our publication below.
Many parents in our community consider all types of schools before making a decision on where to send their children, but until now, there has not been a single place to learn about all of the options and how to navigate them. It shouldn’t be more difficult to find good information for choosing schools than it is for purchasing a toaster! Every child in Memphis and Shelby County has a zoned public school. But no matter where you live or how much money you make, you also have choices for schooling. Memphis School Guide is here to help you navigate them. Get started below.