Policy and Advocacy
3 Bills Would Increase Student Representation in KY Education Decisions
The three bills enable Kentucky students to hold their schools accountable, and are backed by bipartisan support.
Kentucky schools should provide menstrual products, period.
Senate Bill 55 mandates that all public and charter schools with grades 4-12 have free period products available for students.
Student CROWN Act Advocates Rally At Capitol
Organized by ACLU Kentucky and the Real Young Prodigys, hundreds of students across Kentucky joined forces to advocate for the passage of Senate Bill 63, colloquially known as the CROWN Act.
Should Sixteen be the New Voting Age?
Today is Election Day and we, as 16 and 17-year-olds, do not have the right to vote for matters that impact us more than anyone.
An Intimate Conversation with Jefferson County's School Board Candidates
Our schools' primary stakeholders may be too young to vote for those who represent us on our district school boards, but we're note too young to have a voice in the process. Our Youth-Led Virtual Town Hall was centered around ways to make Kentucky schools more equitable. We pushed candidates to share their plans to make resources more accessible to underserved students as well as to better support our district’s educators.