Student Research for Action

From 2003 – 2006, What Kids Can Do provided competitive grants to high school students nationwide, inviting them to tackle important school and community issues. Here we provide a rich archive of this initiative. Student Research for Action sends several critical messages: that complex problem solving, independent judgment, and teamwork merit a place in every high school’s curriculum; that what happens inside a school’s walls should connect to the world outside; that young people can reflect, analyze, and create new knowledge with public benefit.

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