• It’s time to send your insight to decision makers. This is the final step!

    Share your point of view on up to 3 issues. Your responses below will fill in the blank: “I identified ________ as a critical issue I want to share with decision makers.” Then, you will have a chance to share why you chose each issue and ideas to help.
  • Examples include:
    • Lack of resources in rural schools
    • Equity
    • School-to-prison pipeline
    • Mental Health
    • Pressure to be a certain way from social media
    • Unequal access to ACT/SAT prep classes because of the cost
  • Complete the following for each issue you choose.

    All responses will be included on the public, viewable dashboard, but you will be completely anonymous. Do not use any names or references to specific people.

  • Issue #1

  • Some things to consider:
    1) Impact on health and wellbeing,
    2) Things you know from talking with peers/stories about why the issue matters,
    3) Your perspective on the issue,
    4) Things you know from reading, news, school, and other sources.

  • Reflect on possible solutions. Use the space below to share your thoughts and ideas on possible solutions to this issue. Feel free to think big. There are no right or wrong answers. Here are some prompts you can use:
    • If money wasn’t a concern, how could this issue be solved?
    • What resources are needed to make a difference?
    • If ________ were different, this issue wouldn’t be an issue.
    • What can decision-makers do to make a difference in this area?
    • What can the regular people do to make a difference in these issues?
  • Issue #2

    Skip if only 1 selected
  • Some things to consider:
    1) Impact on health and wellbeing,
    2) Things you know from talking with peers/stories about why the issue matters,
    3) Your perspective on the issue,
    4) Things you know from reading, news, school, and other sources.
  • Issue #3

    Skip if only 2 selected
  • Some things to consider:
    1) Impact on health and wellbeing,
    2) Things you know from talking with peers/stories about why the issue matters,
    3) Your perspective on the issue,
    4) Things you know from reading, news, school, and other sources.

  • SUBMIT ANSWERS BEFORE MOVING ON.