A student group with some unusual connections *schools* reporter Sarah Lahm.
By Sarah Lahm,
I don’t know about you, but when I was in college (#darkages), being part of a *student-led* group meant sitting around in someone’s dank dorm room, plotting how to get to the nearest town to buy beer. Oh, and one time, some of us wild and crazy know-it-alls actually wrote an editorial about a certain professor, who insisted on grading us according to a rigid numerical scale.
Now, of course, we would recognize him as a data-driven genius, but back then, assigning numbers to students was considered reductive and demeaning. But I digress. Today’s young go-getters would never stand for such meek and minimal *student-led* activities. No, no, no. Today’s social-justice infused future transformational leaders have recognized that no one gets anywhere without a whole lotta spin control, and I’m not talking about the laundry. Here’s how I got schooled… Continue reading →