The White House has proposed a plan to offer voluntary gun training to teachers and administrators so they can have a gun in the classroom.
“To be there with all these kids who are actively part of that movement and saying ‘I’m going to vocalize what’s important to me and I will not let you try to define me.’ That was really powerful.”
As college acceptance letters begin trickling in this spring, Mali Dandridge turns to her mom for advice on what to expect in college.
Look around a typical high school classroom of about 20 students — it’s likely that just six will graduate from college.
But what is due process, and how does it work into campus sexual assault investigations for school-aged children?
If Congress doesn’t find a more permanent solution, it’s likely that Dreamers’ fates will be subject to the same old legal back-and-forth.
Application deadlines are coming up for graduating seniors interested in going to college next year. It’s a stressful time. Youth Radio talked to three graduating seniors, Arnav Gupta, Nina Roehl, and Sierra Fang-Horvath, about their mad sprint to the finish line.
Youth Radio Raw is a weekly radio show produced by Bay Area high schoolers, ages 14-18. Students partner with professionals to learn the basics of journalism, music production, and multimedia.
Natalie Shutler, editor of The New York Times’ On Campus section dropped in on Youth Radio to teach a workshop on writing essays for national media outlets.