School PB Webinar Wrap-Up: Let’s bring this to your community!

Thanks for joining our webinar on PB in Schools!

From the diverse perspectives of an administrator, a teacher, and four students, we learned PB develops student leadership, builds new relationships among students, and develops concrete skills that students will take into college and the workplace.

We heard that empowering students with a say in school decision-making takes time, but, according to Cyndi Tercero-Sandoval, Student Support Services Manager at Phoenix Union High School District, “it’s time well spent. It builds their confidence and really gives students pride in their school.”

How can PBP support you as you bring PB to your school or school district?

  1. Download our PB in Schools Guide and 4 minute video to share with key decision-makers in your school or school district.
  2. Already downloaded our Guide and want to take the (next) next step? Sign up to schedule a free 15 minute phone consult with us!


If you missed us yesterday, check out the full webinar recording here and follow the conversation on Twitter at #PBinSchools.

About Ashley Brennan

Ashley supports the North American PB Network, PBP’s Participation Lab, and local PB processes and campaigns. As an Arizona native, Ashley coordinates the Phoenix Union High School District PB process—the first school district wide PB process in the U.S. When blogging for PBP, she most enjoys writing about the ways young people are transforming what it means to participate in democracy.