About the #StuVoice Twitter Chats

Before Student Voice became a non-profit, it was a movement started by a hashtag. Every Monday since August 2012, the #StuVoice hashtag has convened students, teachers and policy makers to discuss current events, education issues and student-interest stories about kids and their communities around the world. These discussions, while critical to the groundwork of our organization, have also and more importantly found a bigger purpose: to give students a platform on which their voices can be heard.

Since our humble beginnings two years ago, the #StuVoice Twitter chats have been home to many memorable conversations, including one about education policy joined by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, and another about the government’s push for STEM students with Acting Director for the Office of STEM at the U.S. Department of Education, Camsie McAdams.

The #StuVoice chats continue to garner attention from education thought leaders and change makers, and remain among the most prominent education chats on Twitter today.



Previous #StuVoice Twitter Chats


12/01 - Finding Internships

11/17 - International Students’ Day

11/10 - Financial Implications of Higher Education

11/03 - AMA on the college admissions process and online learning with the UNC system

06/09 - What Have You Learned in the Last School Year?

06/02 - A Look Back on May in Education

05/19 - Standardized Testing

05/12 - What Does College Access Mean?

05/05 - Teacher Appreciation

04/28 - USA Science & Engineering

04/21 - EdRev and StuVoice

04/14 - Service Learning and #StuVoice

04/07 - Family Engagement

03/31 - Flipped Classroom

03/24 - The Power of Student Voice

03/17 - School Climate

03/10 - Humanities in Higher Education

03/04 - Authentic Incorporation of #StuVoice into Corporate Work

02/24 - Achievement Gap and Barriers to Education with GenYNot