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EBR Candidates for Students

Stand Louisiana is proud to endorse these student-centered candidates for the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board.

OUR TOP PRIORITIES

Policy & Advocacy

To ensure every child graduates with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in college or career, adults must ensure that the best, student-focused policies are in place so that all students can reach their potential, regardless of background. Find out more.

EDUCATOR ADVOCACY

As those closest to students at school, teachers and administrators have important insights into our education system. The LEAD Fellowship provides opportunities for education professionals to hone their craft, study education policy, and advocate on behalf of students. Learn more.

Family Engagement

Empowering parents to organize and advocate allows the community to come together with supporters who share a passion for students and education. Those parents work to mobilize family, friends, and peers for educational equity. Learn more.

ELECTORAL WORK

We know that bold leaders will stand up and make the best decisions for our students. That’s why we work with parents and community members in critical elections to educate voters about candidates who will keep children at the center of their policy decisions. Read more.

Stand Louisiana endorses slate of student-centered candidates
After a thorough endorsement process, Stand Louisiana is proud to endorse these student-centered candidates for the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board.
Polling shows EBR community’s support for student-centered initiatives & funding
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Statement on EBR June School Board Meeting
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