Month: April 2019

SLP Students at Fort Hamilton High School Take Their Research to the Streets

During the Research Phase of an SLP project, when students become experts on their chosen social issue, they often collect data through surveys and direct observation. For ninth graders at Fort Hamilton High School determined to prevent littering, this meant

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Activist Spotlight: Sokhnadiarra Ndiaye

In this week’s installment of the Spotlight Series, we bring you a conversation with Sokhnadiarra Ndiaye, communications manager at Teens Take Charge,  activist fighting for NYC educational equity, and member of SLP’s Youth Board.  Check out our interview with Sokhnadiarra

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