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Telling Tales Out of School

We are so excited to welcome you to our annual storytelling event. This year, we will gather for a drive-in event on Friday, May 7 (rain date of May 8) to hear the story of a teen who has experienced racism, a parent whose 8-year-old was expelled and a former SAC client who says we saved his life.

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More details here: https://studentadvocacycenter.org/support-sac/telling-tales-out-of-school/

 

Gratitude Report                        Cover of our 2019-2020 annual report with the words "In this together"

Have you seen our 2019-2020 Annual Report yet? We are calling it our Gratitude Report. Check out the impact YOU have had at SAC. SAC Annual Report for 2019-2020 or try a flipbook version here.

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The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan works collaboratively with underserved students, and their families, to stay in school, realize their rights to a quality public education, grow and experience success.

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Throwback to Leo Sheng’s story from our 2020 Telling Tales event! #ThrowbackThursdayBuy your tickets to this year's DRIVE-IN event here: bit.ly/ttticketswww.youtube.com/watch?v=npK2SCW8kR4 ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know this year’s Telling Tales is a DRIVE-IN EVENT?! You’ll be able to listen to the show in your car on the radio. Or you can bring some chairs and listen outside your car. (Or watch from home on the livestream.) 🚘Buy your tickets today here: bit.ly/tttickets ⭐️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Student Advocacy Center can assist families with requesting special education evaluations, obtaining special education services, and improving existing special education services.

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Student Advocacy Center has a long-standing history of working with youth in foster care. Our Foster Care Advocate helps youth with school enrollment, transportation, special education services, and reducing other barriers to school success.

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