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Student Leadership Program Announces 50 Team Winners

Student Leadership Program Announces 50 Team Winners

The Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program announces 50 team winners from middle and high schools across the country in the fifth annual Lead2Feed Student Leadership Challenge. Five grand prize recipients were awarded...
Author: Lead2Feed
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Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program

Students develop as leaders and advocates for positive change.

In 2012, I incorporated the Lead2Feed Student Leadership program into my classes because of its focus on leadership and service learning. In 2016, I decided to use Lead2Feed as the curriculum during our enrichment...
Author: Suzie Melton
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Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program – Building Future Leaders Through Service

Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program – Building Future Leaders Through Service

Three middle level educators share their results

As a middle level educator, I understand the importance of standards-based grading to assess cognitive skills, however, I wanted to ensure that my students develop strong non-cognitive skills so they can be successful...
Author: Lead2Feed
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Helping Students Become a Better Version of Themselves

Helping Students Become a Better Version of Themselves

As a family and consumer science teacher at the middle school level, the Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program lessons seem to blend seamlessly into my curriculum. Some of the major units of family and consumer...
Author: Allison Silverman
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How Middle Level Students Were Inspired to Give Back

How Middle Level Students Were Inspired to Give Back

Some start because of something they saw on TV. Others are moved by the challenge facing a loved one, or one they're facing themselves. Over the past 21 years, The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards has heard...
Author: The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards
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Students Helping Students Succeed

Students Helping Students Succeed

A student assistant program opens up opportunities for students and teachers.

"So, you're saying you think the length of the pendulum is the most important variable affecting its frequency. Do you have data you can show me that supports this?" A question like that is common in sixth grade...
Author: Douglas Stith
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Teachers Inspire a Call to Service with Lead2Feed

Teachers Inspire a Call to Service with Lead2Feed

Service learning curriculum builds real-world leadership skills while tapping students' talents

Great leaders are not born—but made. History books illustrate how moments in time defined a leader's role. From George Washington to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., these leaders took one small step to lead a larger...
Author: Lead2Feed
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The Power of Youth Leadership

The Power of Youth Leadership

Effective middle schools ensure all students have opportunities to lead.

Every day, millions of 10- to 15-year-old students walk through the doors of their middle schools with anticipation and great hopes for their future. Some will fall into leadership positions, but something so...
Author: Betty Edwards
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Building School Community by Empowering Students

Building School Community by Empowering Students

The disruptive behavior of some students can be a top concern of middle school teachers, administrators, and parents in many schools. While time is spent considering approaches to decreasing behavioral incidents,...
Author: Stanley Pollack
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The New Look of Student Leadership

The New Look of Student Leadership

Students learn how to be leaders without having to win an election.

Posters, buttons, rally speeches, and Robert’s Rules of Order have been mainstays of school-level politics for decades. Regardless of grade level, participation is limited to those students who are willing to...
Author: Sandy Cameli
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