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What Are Our Student Learning Programs? 
The goal of WMEP Student Programs is to provide opportunities for youth to:
  • Build bridges across multiple identities 
  • Engage in history and participatory action research 
  • Develop anti-racist student leadership skills 
  • Access intergenerational learning from multiple perspectives 
  • Develop into our next generation of educators 
Advise policy around education All of our student programs are designed to increase student engagement, achievement and college/career readiness in order to increase student success. All of our student programs are aligned to academic standards and subject best practices.


Who Is Able to Attend Our Student Learning Programs?
Our programs are grade specific to students who attend the public schools of our member districts: Eden Prairie, Hopkins, Minneapolis, Robbinsdale, St. Anthony/New Brighton, St. Louis Park, and Wayzata.

How Do You Get Involved in One of Our Programs?
If our student programs are not already available through your school, contact our WMEP Student Learning Programs Lead Anthony Galloway at anthony_galloway@wmep.k12.mn.us or 612.752.7210.





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Anne Marie Arndt,
Feb 17, 2016, 8:30 AM