Students Voice Their Truth on Learning Needs Post Pandemic

Baton Rouge Alliance for Students release report from listening series with local high school students.

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Baton Rouge Alliance for Students Announces 2022-23 CHANGEMAKERS

The Baton Rouge Alliance for Students announced the 2022-23 class of CHANGEMAKERS, Wednesday morning.

It is easier to shop for a new car than a great school

It’s Harder to Enroll in Baton Rouge Schools than it Should Be

Enrolling your student in Baton Rouge’s best public schools is daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.

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Applications for CHANGEMAKERS Education Leadership Class Now Open

Baton Rouge Alliance for Students open applications for CHANGEMAKERS, an 8-month education leadership cohort supporting equity in education.

In Staffing Changes and Everything Else, the District Must Engage Communities Before Taking Action

The Baton Rouge Alliance for Students is committed to funding equitable and student-based budgeting that prioritizes directing resources to address the needs of our most vulnerable students.

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The CHANGEMAKERS had the opportunity to tour Parkview Baptist, BASIS Materra, and Woodlawn High School.

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The Initiative seeks to identify student perspectives on areas of need in Baton Rouge, elevate student voice in K12 education policy, and develop a pipeline for student engagement at all levels of EBR government systems.

Baton Rouge Alliance for Students and Mayor Broome Announce Baton Rouge Youth Voice Initiative

Baton Rouge Alliance for Students announced a collaboration between Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome, Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council (MYAC), and Safe, Hopeful Healthy BR to form the Baton Rouge Youth Voice Initiative.


Lauren-Brianna Fields joins our team as our Communications Director, and Korey Ryder joins the Alliance as our Political Director.

Baton Rouge should set standard for openness in spending new federal dollars

The School Board should take the lead in implementing a system publicly communicating district expenditures similar to one recently proposed by Rep. Rick Edmonds, R-Baton Rouge.