Sara Falluji (any pronouns) is an associate editor of The New Edu, the Kentucky Student Voice Team's education journalism service, a producer for the “Get Schooled” Podcast, a school climate audit coordinator and coach, and on the board of the KSVT.
Sara Falluji (any pronouns) is the journalism advisory dream team coordinator of the New Edu education journalism news service, a producer for the “Get Schooled” Podcast, and a school climate audit coordinator and coach. She is also a member of the board. They joined the Kentucky Student Voice Team just before their freshman year of high school and sought out work that explores a range of education topics including student mental health, LGBTQIA+ representation, and equity in schools. They have involved themself heavily in both storytelling and school climate work and occasionally dabble in quantitative research and development. Outside of the Student Voice Team, Sara serves on the Fayette Education Foundation’s Board as a student representative and on the Fayette Education Foundation’s Program Committee. Sara also writes for her school newspaper at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School.
Youth Voice, Authorship, & Democracy: Unpacking Media Literacy with Dr. Renee Hobbs
We Need Students To Tell The Stories of Our Schools
Race To Learn
This study distills the results from the 10,725 Kentucky middle and high school students from 114 counties who took our Race, Ethnicity, and School Climate Student Survey.
Kentucky Students Launch Independent Education Media Service
Young people from the Kentucky Student Voice Team published the first articles on The New Edu, a new youth-led education media service.