VOX ATL visited the Latin American Association’s after-school programs this fall to host a self-expression workshops around this semester’s VOX Investigates topic “Equity in Education.” Here’s what a couple of teens at Tri-Cities High School had to say about standardized tests.
To kick off 2020 we facilitated our first community workshop of the year at Crews Middle School in Gwinnett County. After a great conversation about getting your voice into the community we created some amazing content that included video, podcasting, and art. Read on
VOX ATL's Tibria Jackson speaks on how too many unqualified teachers taking "safe" jobs are negatively impacting high school students. Read on
VOX ATL contributor Justin Heo visited The Drake House to speak with teens experiencing housing instability to find out how that impacts their education. Read on
"The quality of education that students receive should not vary depending on which side of town you live on," writes VOX ATL's Kayden Skeete. "Students cannot choose what side of town they are born on or which school district they are zoned to." Read on
From our VOX Investigates: Equity in Education coverage, VOX ATL staff writer Jaya Bray challenges the notion that homeschool students don't get to socialize like their traditional school counterparts. Read on