Massachusetts can take pride in being one of a handful of states with full voting rights for a student on the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (Board) and the only state where the student Board member is elected by his/her peers. Mass. General Laws Chapter 15, Section 1E provides for voting student representation on the Board through a state Student Advisory Council. The Student Advisory Council has a distinguished history in representing secondary school students in the Commonwealth, and provides opportunities for students to learn and grow while demonstrating their individual leadership qualities.
RSAC Election Memo 2020
Student Advisory Council Functions and Responsibilities
Suggestions for Conducting Elections during School Closures
Suggested Election Procedures & Timelines
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Last Updated: May 8, 2020