A group of Greenville University students met with legislators, learned how to advocate for education policy, and more at a spring summit last month.
Project L.E.A.D. (Leaders in Education Advocating for Diversity) is a task force of Greenville University education students who participate as student ambassadors, meeting monthly to discuss critical issues in diversity and equity in education. Key events include student summits in the fall and spring which bring students and faculty from multiple institutions together to share ideas about diverse recruitment and scholarship, culturally responsive teaching and learning practices, and taking collective action toward social justice issues. For more information see the March 21, 2023 edition of The Greenville Advocate.