School’s out for SUMMER
Soon alarm clocks, homework and school days will be replaced with sleeping in, outside games and pool days as another school year comes to an end. What makes this shift so thrilling is the fact that students have spent the last year working hard and learning new things but nearly 132 million youth around the world didn't get that chance this year-and may never get that chance.
Let's celebrate our memories of the last days of school by making sure everyone gets a first day of school each year:
Share Ed Gragert's, Director of GCE-US, new Huffington Post blog, A New Education Post-2015 MDG: All Children Learning
Donate left over school supplies to Simply Equal Education to help six schools in Equatorial Guinea.
Register for the RESULTS International Conference, where you have the chance to hear Nobel Peace Prize Winner and Founder of Grameen Bank, Muhammed Yunus and author/activist Marianne Williamson.
Read about the work Planet Aid is doing to train hundreds of teachers to make sure every child has a teacher.
Apply to the REAL Change program at the RESULTS International Conference. This is a chance for 18 to 28 year-olds to build their advocacy skills and put them into practice on Capitol Hill and in their communities. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until June 10.
Check out our partner, AIDemocracy's Global Scholar Program. A summer program for high school students, it is the only summer program on global issues that offers a robust mix of both seminars and skill-building.
Learn the secrets to citizen empowerment and transformation? Check out the 20th Anniversary edition of RESULTS founder Sam Daley-Harris' book Reclaiming Our Democracy coming out in September 2013.