National program engages students in school community

12/14/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

By participating in a National Association of Student Councils program, all students can help improve their own lives by developing projects like improving school lunches or building teen centers. "It gives a student voice to every kid, not just the Student Council members," said high school teacher Paul Branagan, a deputy director for the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils. "It gives them all a part in a proactive process."

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