Congratulations to Keondre McClay who was sworn in as the 2016/2017 Boston School Committee student representative, and to Edward Tapia who will be his alternate.  

We look forward to an exciting and wonderful year where student voices are at the center of the decision-making process at BPS!

We were thrilled to win first place for our poster about ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) at the Future Of Accountability event hosted by the Rennie Center and MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

 " Varied Learners Need 
Varied Assessments" 

We were honored to take part in a panel discussion panel and conduct the Radical Welcome at Notes From the Field, Doing Time in Education at the American  Repertory Theater - Anna Deavere Smith's masterpiece about the school to prison pipeline. 

Don't forget that the Boston Student Rights App is now interactive - visit to find out more!

Please consider DONATING to Youth on Board to support the Boston Student Advisory Council and our work promoting youth voice in decision making. 

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Youth on Board and BSAC

Youth on Board is a project of YouthBuild USA
BSAC is co-administered by
Youth on Board and BPS Office of Engagement