Student Advocates

The mission of the Landmark Student Advocates Program is to increase awareness of learning differences among students and teachers. We strive to serve and support the Landmark campus and the broader community.

Who we are:

Mia, Makayla, Lilly, Heather, Ethan, Josh, Morgan, Landon, Maggie, Nathaniel, Ruby

What we do:

INSPIRE: We inspire students to advocate for themselves and their peers both inside and outside of the classroom.

EDUCATE: We educate future teachers studying education at colleges and graduate schools in Boston and the surrounding area by providing personal anecdotes, skills, and techniques.

ADVOCATE: We advocate for changes in teaching practices to better meet the needs of students with learning differences.

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For more information, please contact The Landmark School Outreach Program: outreach@landmarkschool.org.

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What do the Student Advocates do?

Each year, a small group seniors add another time-consuming commitment to their schedules that requires travel, public speaking, and sharing personal stories. Read more about the Student Advocate program in this article!

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